As a Professional Image Consultant, here are some Packing Tips for Vacation or Business Travel.
The bulkiest shoes and clothes that you are bringing with you should be worn on the plane. This will save space in your suitcase.
Do an on-line search for a weather forecast of your destination. Know if rain gear is needed and what temperatures to expect. Pack accordingly.
Plan out your day and evening activities. You will probably need a clean shirt everyday, but shorts, skirts, & pants can be worn several times.
Check with your hotel or guest house to see if they stock a hair dryer, umbrella, and robe. You may not need to bring any of those items.
Even in warm weather you’ll want to bring a sweater, light jacket, or pashmina for air conditioned restaurants and cool evenings.
A pashmina, or shawl will take up less room in your suitcase than a jacket or bulky sweater.
Use tissue paper to wrap each piece of clothing to keep them wrinkle-free.
Slide a scented dryer sheet into a flat zipper area in your suitcase. On your way home, stick it in with your dirty clothes.
Wardrobe Consultant Marian Rothschild helps busy professionals and vacationers pack for a successful trip. You’ll have everything you need, and won’t bring too much stuff.
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