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Many of us struggle with packing the right things when we go travelling, I know I do. Packing involves leaving most of my garments at home, and without some planning it’s not fun sifting through clothes I’m not able to wear! I’ve made all the mistakes below but I’ve learnt from them. Whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure these tips should be useful:
Plan your outfits in advance
Avoid throwing in random articles of clothing into your suitcase. You won’t be able to put together a decent outfit if you blindly take five pairs of shorts and only two t-shirts, or forget to pack a jacket for cooler weather. Take some time to sort out your wardrobe and wear everything you bring – plan each outfit for the day and you won’t have issues.
If you’re travelling for business…
If you regularly travel for work it might be worth investing in a larger suitcase to prevent from folding and creasing your clothes. You can store several outfits in one without folding them – which hopefully means you don’t have to search for an iron at the hotel!
Know the climate
Some places can be warm during the day and very cool at night – do some quick research, check out what the locals are wearing, ask around. Bring clothing that you’re going to be comfortable in and that will be suitable for the weather.
Bring a few items of clothing in your carry-on
Lost luggage is unfortunately not an unusual phenomenon, anyone who has been travelling for any length of time will tell you – it happens. To save yourself from that risk pack some clothing; underwear, shorts/jeans, t-shirt, jacket in your carry-on.
While on the plane
Experienced travelers know the importance of being comfortable on the plane. Wear loose clothing, track pants and a sweatshirt/ zip jacket should be fine. I recommend a hoodie as it can get cold and sometimes the airline doesn’t provide blankets.
Israeli artist Tal Peleg takes makeup artistry to a new level by painting popular fairy tales using only liquid eyeliner and eyeshadow. She has recreated scenes from Snow White, The Princess and The Frog and many other fairy tales, SO COOL!