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Shortly before the Christmas season, you are certain to have some kind of travel ahead. Today, I'll share some packing tips to make sure you do not overpack. Instead, go to your destination with all the important information. I start my packaging process by planning my outfits for several reasons. First of all, I know what I'm wearing on vacation, and do not waste time figuring out what to wear. Secondly, I do not package unnecessary items and accessories that may burden my bag for no reason. To do this I follow a three-step checklist for items that may need to be removed. Keep reading to hear my helpful packing tips.
I always try to avoid objects that are clunky and oversized and are not easy to transport. Instead, I choose parts that I can roll quickly, and shoes that are not too heavy. Below are some of my most important information.
It's so easy to load your suitcase with "just a jumper," but I always limit myself to two or three, depending on how long I'm traveling. Buy down my favorite jumper.
For me, it's important to keep an eye on a color theme. This makes it easy to turn your clothes and reuse items without anyone noticing. I like to stick to gray, white and black things. Buy the parts I would pack down.