Your luggage is always over the check-in weight allowance. Your suiitcase's zips are typically fit to burst. When you finally arrive at your destination, your belogings have morphhed into a scary mess. The team at Bags to Go have shared their top tips for organising the perfect travel bag.
1 - Heavy Hierarchy
Pack heavy or large items like straighteners, hairdryers, handbags and shoes first in your suitcase.
2 - Stuff Shoes
Shoes add bulk, so compensate by stuffing rolled socks inside them. if you don't have a separate compartment for your shoes, place them in drawstring bags to keep bulk down.
3 - Bulk Down
Place jackets, jeans, towels and other bulky items into travel compression bags. These greatly increase space in you luggage.
4 - Don't fold - roll!
Roll up casual clothing to reduce crinkles and to fill empty spaces.
5 - Un-knot Knickers
Separate your underwear, bras and boxers into a small, drawstring bag to keep them all in the one place.
6 - Double-bag Toiletries
Airplanes and liquid toiletries don't often mix well. Avoid shampoo explosions by double-bagging your toiletries in clear, seal-able bags.
7 - Prioritise
Cameras, documents and other, frequently used travel accessories should be backed last to save hours of searching and to keep your bag organised. With these 7 pro tips from BAGS TO GO, you can avoid the packing nightmare to spent time on more important things.