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Packing Hacks for Your Next Trip

packing hacks

Does packing always give you a headache? You don’t have to endure the hassle of trying to get all your stuff to fit in your luggage.

We’ve got some packing tips and tricks to make packing easy breezy for you. They are simple, easy, and absolutely workable into your regular packing routine.

These tricks will leave you packing like a pro in no time.

Collared shirts

Collared shirts can be quite tricky to pack, but with the help of a belt, you can keep your woven shirts wrinkle-free at the collar. Simply roll the belt around the collar and turn it into a sort of mold that holds the collar neatly in place. 

Dress shirts

Save wrinkle-prone clothes in your luggage by using garment bags (the ones from dry cleaning) for packing. These plastic bags help reduce friction. Here’s how to pack using these wrinkle-busters:

  • Fold dress shirts face down, buttons closed.
  • Take one plastic bag and lay it on the back of the shirt.
  • Fold the arms of the shirt around the plastic bag.
  • Neatly pack the shirt into another garment bag for added protection.


Most people are unsure about how to pack their shoes. They like to keep it separate so they don’t end up dirtying their clothes. With this packing tip, you can have the best of both worlds – in one bag!

  • Stuff shoes with socks to prevent damage and deformation.
  • Take a shower cap and put your shoes in it, bottom down.
  • Pack shoes into your suitcase first, topped by clothes.


Spilled toiletries is a traveler’s nightmare. You can prevent this from happening to you by adding an extra layer of security to your bottles. Cut cling wrap into squares and place them between the cap and the bottle. In case you forget to screw the cap back on tightly, this will add an extra layer of protection against spillage.

Hair tools

When you’re on the go, you don’t have time to wait around for your hair tools to cool down. But, if you place your hot curling iron in your suitcase, it could burn your clothes and cause serious damage. What you can do is wrap the hot tool in a pot holder before you put it in your bag. The pot holder can also double as a heat pad on counters so you don’t end up burning through heat-sensitive surfaces while you work on your hair.


Razors, like curling irons, can damage your clothes if you pack them carelessly into your luggage. And since razor caps often come off and fail at covering the blades, use binder clips instead. Place one over your razor at the blade portion and you’ll feel more secure about leaving it in the suitcase together with your clothes.


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