Do you Roll them or Pack with travel cubes? or just do whatever
Switch way have you like the best?
- Diane ALv 71 year ago
Packing cubes--sometimes I pack full outfits so I just have to pull 1 cube out each place, other times I put all one type of clothing in one cube--that way I can find all my tops, underware etc. It also works well as if the suit case gets opened, everything doesnt fall out all over.
- Anonymous1 year ago
Fold them neatly, then the customs guys end up roughing them all to hell.
- oldprofLv 71 year ago
I roll whatever I can without wrinkling them. So, for example, for a ten-day trip I pack six nights worth of clothes and plan on doing laundry for four nights to fill out the ten nights. So I can pack for a ten-day vacation into one carry on sized bag. I pack and roll:
6 pair of undershorts
6 knit shirts
3 trousers and/or cargo shorts
3 pair of socks (I rarely wear socks)
1 pair dress shoes (if necessary)
plus 1 or 2 dress shirts, tie, and blazer jacket flat, not rolled
I check the carry-on bag through. But I have another, smaller carry-on bag that I actually carry onto the plane. I pack:
electronics (outlet adapters, camera, etc.)
travel kit with toothbrush, etc.
jacket and/or sweater
rain poncho and umbrella
documents and anything I wouldn't want lost in baggageSource(s): Personal experience traveling overseas on ten-day vacations
- CLv 71 year ago
I'm a folder, sometimes even with tissue paper to keep garments wrinkle free. I've tried rolling and wasn't amazed by any space saved; I just wondered if rollers were bad folders.
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- audreyLv 71 year ago
Roll them. I do that in my dresser drawers too. Uses less space.
- BrianLv 71 year ago
There are some travelers who swear by rolling since it allows them to pack more and get rid of unused space. Others say they just love layering since it prevents their clothes from wrinkling.