Momondo he asked his ambassadors "What are your tricks from serial packers to avoid leaving with more baggage than necessary and traveling light?". We have therefore decided to share and collect some of the techniques that allow us to have with us only the bare necessities without renouncing anything really useful. Those who follow our channels will know that we love to travel light and we do not pay much attention to fashion, these tips will help those who want to travel "minimal" and could be a starting point to lighten the luggage of lovers of fashion travel!
COUNT THE DAYS AND STUDY THE CLIMATE
Make a quick calculation of how many days you will travel, the temperatures you could meet and be realistic. Will you really use those high-heeled shoes?
WILL I WANT/CAN WASH THE DRESSES TRAVELING?
If the answer is NO, calculate a pair of pants and socks for each day of travel, a shirt a day and a pair of pants
If the answer is YES, calculate a pair of pants and socks every 2 days. You can wash in the evening and put it back in your bag in the morning.
WILL I NEED DRESSES FOR A PARTICULAR OCCASION?
If the answer is NO, leave everything at home that is fragile, delicate or unsuitable for temperatures, uses and the place where you are. Stay on simple. A pair of shoes suitable to walk a lot and a couple more nice but still comfortable will be more than enough, breathable clothes easily matching colors ... and a special accessory as an exception to the rule of traveling light!
ARE THESE CLOTHES ARE PRACTICAL TO BE CARRIED OUT?
Like above! If you have a thousand beads that come off at the glance, if it is very voluminous (see the example of a thick sweater, which could be replaced by a fleece technical fleece, warmer and thinner), leave it at home.
PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS AND CHECKLIST
After much wandering on the Internet, we have collected for you a roundup of videos containing tricks to save precious space in your suitcase. Taking inspiration from the blog that you will find in the credits at the bottom of the post, I also had fun creating the definitive checklist (click below to enlarge and save / print the image). If followed and used correctly, it will be the only list you will need to travel light.