an easy way to pack them so they won't get wrinkled. Rolling works
well with items like casual pants and skirts, sportshirts, pajamas
and underwear. Before rolling shirts, lay them flat and neatly fold
in the sleeves. Before rolling skirts, fold them lengthwise. For
more delicate items, or clothes that have been neatly pressed, like
Place one piece of tissue underneath the unfolded garment. Then fold
it up with the tissue "inside." For additional protection, place a
layer of tissue between garments when you pack them.
Shoe bags will protect your clean clothes, and can also be used to
store odds and ends after you reach your destination.
First tuck your shoe bags into the bottom corners of your luggage.
Then stack your flat tissue-lined items in the center of the bag.
Next, put your rolls around the perimeter of the packing space. (See
how the bag gives?) When that space is filled up, place other rolls
around the stacked piles. In the remaining niches, pack rolled socks
and belts, even a few paperbacks.
...even when you're not carrying a wardrobe or Solo Voyager. First
fold them like this: Spread the blazer or sportcoat out, with the
lining down. Turn the lapels and collar up so they're lying relatively
flat. Fold the shoulders toward the center of the jacket's back until
they meet, keeping the sleeves flat. Fold the lapels over the shoulders
so that the lining is facing upward. Fold the jacket in half.
Lay the pants out evenly. Place the folded jacket in the middle third
of the pants. Fold the bottom of the pants, then the top, over the