5 Best Ways to Pack for a Trip

Photo by: Andrew McCaul
Organizing: Best Case Scenario
Make a list of the necessities. Minimize wrinkles by rolling, not folding, three to four pieces together, with knits on the inside; for even ... more 
Photo by: Andrew McCaul
Organizing: Best Case Scenario
Make a list of the necessities. Minimize wrinkles by rolling, not folding, three to four pieces together, with knits on the inside; for even better results, wrap the bundle in a dry-cleaning bag. And tie a ribbon on your luggage (not solid red - that's what everyone uses), so it's easier to spot at the airport.

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The first step to an excellent vacation is to take everything you need - and make sure it's wearable once you arrive. Check out GH's wrinkle-free packing plan below. Have trouble remembering what to bring? Take a look at our print-and-go packing list.

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