|Here are some packing guidelines and examples that will help you to get more clothes into smaller luggage. With a few minutes of planning and folding you will have everything you need.|
|Guide #1: Packing a Carry-On (3-4 days worth of clothes)
ITEMS TO PACK:
Folding: Start by folding your shirts, pants and underwear so that they are the same size as the Clothing Organizers. Roll your socks and put them inside your shoes.
Clothing Organizers: Start filling up the Clothing organizers with the what you have just folded (this includes casual pants first, t-shirts, shorts, underwear and dress shirts). Leave your ties for later so that they don't get wrinkled.
Suit Organizer: Place your suits and suit pants into the Suit Organizer so that they are laying flat. Zip up the Suit Organizer and fold 1/3 up from the bottom, like shown. Then fold the top half over the bottom.
PACKING YOUR LUGGAGE: You are now ready to start packing.
First place the Suit Organizer on the on the bottom of the luggage.
Next place the Clothing Organizers on top of the Suit Organizer so that they are place towards the handle of the luggage. This way your shoes will not put un-needed weight on your Clothing Organizers. You can now place your shoes in the open space.
Finally your ties should be laid smooth in the mesh pock on the zippered top so that they will not get wrinkled.
Zip it up and you are ready to go!
Yes, I know there are no toiletries in the Carry On. Your toiletries should be stored in a Travel Kit (or a Small Travel Kit) and placed in the back pocket of your Shoulder Bag so that it can easily be placed uder the seat in front of you for easy access. Even if you place the Shoulder Bag in the overhead bin, it is easier to pull the Shoulder Bag out than the Carry On.