I have a friend who is travelling to Wales in a few months. She wanted some sound packing advice. These ideas will give her the inspiration she needs…
First, what you wear to the airport, especially for the long flight, really matters.
This group not only is perfect for mixing and matching on a trip but could serve as the foundation of a basic wardrobe.
This is what she packs:
- Three pairs of shorts
- Three pairs of dress pants
- One skirt
- Three pairs of casual pants or jeans
- Three nightgowns
- Three bathing suits
- One sarong
- Three lightweight sweaters
- Four dresses
- 10 casual shirts
- Six dress shirts
- A clutch
- Two pairs of shoes
She’ll wear the third pair of shoes, as well as jeans and a longer sweater.
Personally, I wouldn’t bring nightgowns, shorts or bathing suits, or as many casual shirts, but I’ll post my list and justifications for my lifestyle before Europe.
This is the way she manages to pack her suitcase carefully:
- Roll up all of your clothing tightly and set it aside
- Shoes should be packed around the sides
- Softer clothing that is rolled up, goes on top
- Harder clothing rolled up, is stacked on the bottom
- Toiletries on top
- Anything that is wrinkle-resistant can go around the edges
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Finally, packing and wearing the right shoes can make all the difference when touring on foot.
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There you have it. These ideas will give you a good start for efficient, necessary, and chic travel packing.
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