Every girl loves clothes, but I need to admit that I’m not much of a fashionista, or, to put it in other words, I’m not concerned about how I look when travelling. I need to feel comfortable, look comfortable (at least not too awkward from the surrounding), and that’s it. I don’t hold on to picture-perfect clothes , indeed I’m more comfortable (did i just say, well, comfortable, over and over again?) with the laid-back and convenient outfit, so a bit of mess doesn’t hurt, though.
This is how you should pack you luggage —> Cute illustration, easy to apply.
Packing list for female travelers —> Couldn’t recommend more on this site. That’s all you need to apply for packing for different styles, from minimalist, essential, classic, to maximalist. I’m probably the essential type. I can make sleeping pillow from my tops, a jacket or my scarf. Fortunately I’m blessed to be able to sleep on any surface!
Packing for multiple purposes –> Going on a vacation? Try the roll-up squeeze. Going on business trips or fashion show? Follow the layer cake technique of stacking your clothing items. This site with quickly understandable illustration also suggests a porta-pocket for your ready-to-use need, and technique for shoes packing. Some comments below the articles also help.
The ultimate carry-on packing list —> Ready to go with the items filter.
Trips after trips, I downsize my gear, choosing only highly versatile and lightweight objects and clothing.
Wheeled backpack If you often embark on trips to the civilization rather than to the wilderness, it’s probably a good idea to get a wheeled backpack.
How about you? Do you have other techniques that work well? Leave a comment below if you have something to share.