Packing Hacks for your Holiday wear

Packing Hacks for your Holiday wear

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When it comes to packing our holiday wear, most of us focus on fitting everything into our suitcase.  But what if there was a way to pack less and not sacrifice on style. 

Here are 5-holiday packing hacks that will save you space in your suitcase:

Choose versatile clothing items that can be worn in multiple ways

When planning a holiday, many people struggle with deciding what to pack and how to fit everything into their suitcase. This is often because we have so many different activities planned – from sightseeing and exploring the local area, to heading out to dinner and lounging by the pool or on the beach.

One useful packing hack would be to choose versatile holiday wear that can be worn multiple ways and ensure that you flatter your curves. For example, a maxi dress can be dressed down for a day look with trainers or sandals or dressed up at night with heels and some jewellery to create two stunning looks.

Plus size maxi dress

Another versatile item is a v neck shirt. This can be worn with shorts or worn with a skirt and wedges to create a smart, yet casual look. It can also be worn under a blazer or cardigan for a layered look, or over trousers for colder evenings.

Plus Size v neck shirt

Other great items that can be used in multiple ways include a pair of trousers and 7/8th length trousers which can both be dressed up or down, a denim shirt, a white shirt, a black shirt and even a pair of shorts.

Robell Pants

So, when you’re next packing for a holiday, think about how you can mix and match your clothing items to create different looks, rather than just packing lots of different outfits. This will help you to save space in your suitcase. 

Browse the holiday collection available from Wardrobe Plus for some versatile pieces perfect for packing for your holiday and dressing to flatter to your curves.

Pack smart by rolling your clothes instead of folding them.

If you're planning a trip, you know that packing efficiently is key to making the most of your limited luggage space. One simple packing hack to save space in your suitcase is to roll your clothes instead of folding them.

Rolling your clothes can help prevent wrinkles and save space. It's a good idea to roll heavier items like jeans and sweaters. Lighter items, such as T-shirts, can be folded and then rolled.

How to roll your clothes:

  • Start with a clean, dry garment.
  • Fold the garment in half lengthwise.
  • Fold the sleeves in toward the centre of the shirt.
  • Starting at the bottom of the shirt, begin rolling the fabric up tightly toward the neckline.
  • Tuck in any loose fabric as you go.
  • Once you reach the neckline, tuck in the collar and continue rolling until the entire shirt is rolled into a neat cylinder.
  • Repeat with all your clothes.

Utilize all the nooks and crannies in your suitcase by filling them with smaller items such as socks and underwear.

One of the best ways to make the most of your suitcase space is to utilize all the nooks and crannies. This can be done by filling them with smaller items such as socks and underwear. By doing this, you'll be able to pack more efficiently and avoid wasting any valuable space.

Socks and underwear are often some of the most neglected items when it comes to packing. They're small and often get lost in the shuffle of everything else. However, by taking the time to carefully pack them, you can save a lot of space in your suitcase.

Save space by folding your socks and underwear into smaller squares and packing them into the pockets in your case. This will also help to keep them from taking up too much space in your suitcase.

Use vacuum seal bags to compress your clothing and save even more space.

When it comes to space-saving during travel, every little bit counts. That's why savvy travellers know that using vacuum seal bags to compress their clothing can be a real game-changer.

With vacuum seal bags, you can take a lot of clothes in a small amount of space. These bags work by sucking all the air out, which reduces the volume of the clothes. This means you can pack more in your suitcase, or even in your carry-on bag.

There are a few different ways to use vacuum seal bags for clothes. One is to rolled method, where you tightly roll your clothing and then put it in the bag. Another is the fold and stack method, where you fold your clothes and then put them in the bag. Whichever method you choose, be sure to pack the bags as tightly as possible to get the most space-saving benefits.

Vacuum seal bags are great for not only saving space, but also for protecting your clothes from wrinkles and moisture. So next time you're packing for a trip, consider using vacuum seal bags to save some valuable space.

Invest in a good quality suitcase with built-in compartments to keep everything organized.

When it comes to packing for holidays, one of the most important things to consider is investing in a good quality suitcase. A suitcase with built-in compartments can help keep everything organized, making packing more efficient.

One of the main benefits of having compartments is that it helps to keep things separated. This means that you can easily find what you need without having to rummage through your entire suitcase. It also helps to keep things from shifting around and getting wrinkled.

Whether you're packing for a weekend getaway or a longer holiday, a suitcase with built-in compartments can make the process more efficient. If you're looking for extra space and organization, invest in a good quality suitcase with built-in compartments. You'll be glad you did when it comes time to pack for your next holiday.

Following these simple packing hacks, you'll be able to fit more into your suitcase and have more space for souvenirs on the way home!

Looking for more helpful tips to make the most of plus size fashion? See our blogs on Summer wedding style for guests and guide to creating a Capsule Wardrobe.

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