Would You Pay Someone to Pack Your Holiday Clothes?
Would you pay someone to pack your case? It is always so stressful trying to pack for a holiday. I'm always overdressed anyway so my normal dilemma is, is this item too plain or is this too dressy. I now put everything I am taking on a freestanding clothes rail. I do evening outfits first, then daytime. I no longer chuck just anything in my case!. Here are my top tips for a successful holiday.
1. Go through your wardrobe at least a month before selecting possible items.
2. Order some new outfits when you have seen where the gaps may be in your capsule clothing rail.
3. Try to only take say 5 pairs of shoes. 1, for walking distances, 2, flip flops, 3, heals for a nice meal out 4, flat sandals x 2 in different colours.
4. Now the fun starts!. Put all of the outfits you think you're taking on a rail on hangers. If there is different jewellery to match add that over the top of the hanger.
5. Then split into day and night if you are going for 7 nights, I take 7 evening outfits and 6 daytime, as usually I take 1 comfy pair of shorts and add two tops to cut down on volume, the rest dresses as they are so easy to wear.
6. When I pack my case, I use one side for daywear and the other for the evening. I fold everything neatly so at the other end the one side with daywear can be lifted out and put straight in draws on arrival and on the other side I know I need to hang them. I put all bikini set's, in separate plastic bags as all the ties get tangled and I do not need stress on holiday! these can then be just put in a draw at the other end.
I hope you have found this article helpful and informative and it cuts down on holiday packing stress so more time both ends to be drinking Champagne or cocktails.
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