Emma Elwin shares her tips on how to pack smart for traveling.
The following week I will be living out of my suitcase due to some work we arre having done at the apartment. I must say I prefer to travel light, I want to have as small a suitcase as possible. To make this happen I have a few tricks up my sleeve that make it easier to decide what comes and what goes.
The first thing I do is to think about what scenarios I will find myself in and what clothes will suit these occasions.
The second thing is to lay all the clothes on the bed. This way you get a good overview of what goes together, which colors that match (or mismatch, which ever way you prefer it), etc. You can easily see if you need more tops or bottoms. Also pay attention so that the shoes you bring go with all the different outfits.
I’m not a big fan of accessorizing, it’s a weakness of mine. But for traveling I find that a scarf gives an already used outfit a new life.
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