How To Pack Professional Attire In A Carry-on
Here's how to keep your suits and dresses crisp in a carry-on !
For dresses, lay the garment flat. Fold once vertically and horizontally. Roll from the fold.
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Store garment with loose ends facing down.
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For thinner fabrics, stack them together & follow the same steps. It will help reduce creases.
Jackets: Lay garment flat and the turn sleeves and shoulder pads inside out.
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Arrange sleeves so that they are flat on the inside. Make sure the shoulder pads are touching.
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Fold jacket vertcally. Then fold into thirds and store. Pants should be folded in thirds and stored.
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TIP: The best fabrics for summer travel are cotton (seersucker is great), spandex, denim, and linen.
TIP: The best fabrics for winter travel are wool, cashmere, rayon, polyester, knit, and fleece.
After unpacking, your professional attire will be ready for that power meeting or business lunch!
TIP: Skip ironing! Steam the bathroom and let garment hang for 20 minutes to release wrinkles.
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