10 Tips To Efficiently Pack For Winter Travel

WHEN TRAVELING TO A DESTINATION with CHILLY TEMPERATURES, THERE's never ENOUGH SPACE TO PACK EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO STAY WARM. 

WE’RE HERE TO HELP YOU PACK LIKE A PRO FOR THOSE TRIPS WHERE WINTER IS AWAITING AS YOU STEP OFF THE PLANE. 

Here are 10 tips to help you efficiently pack for winter travel:

Wear Your Coat 

You may get a few looks at the airport but it’s better to wear your bulky coat on the plane vs. stuffing it in your suitcase. 

you can always toss your coat in the overhead bin when you board. as a bonus, it can double as a pillow or blanket. 

Roll Your Clothes

rolling your clothes compresses each item allowing for maximum use of space in your luggage.

You can easily roll multiple items and put them in the nooks and crannies of your luggage.

Pack Layers

Layers take less space than a bulky sweater. you can also mix and match with different outfits.

Jeans get bulky and limit space in your suitcase. You can fit 2 pair of leggings for every 1 pair of jeans. 

Leggings Over Jeans 

opt for fleece-lined or wool-and-silk leggings to keep your legs warm. Plus leggings look great with practically everything! 

PACK TWO PAIRS OF GREAT LOOKING SHOES THAT are comfortable and WILL WORK IN ANY SETTING. 

Two Pairs of Shoes 

Scarves are the perfect accessory to make any outfit pop, and in brisker temps, you can use them as a shield from the wind.

Oversized Scarfs  

As the temperature drops during the evening, your scarf can easily be converted to protect your head, face, and chest. 

PICK A NEUTRAL PURSE COLOR THAT WILL match YOUR OUTFITS AND HAS A PRACTICAL USE FOR THE ITEMS YOU ABSOLUTELY NEED. 

One purse

always be mindful of safety when selecting your purse bigger, more expensive bags will draw more attention. So leave the labels at home. 

 Just snap a fanny pack across your waist and airlines won’t even consider it as a “personal item.” 

Fanny Packs

Did I mention how convenient it is to have all of your essentials so close to you and still be hands-free! 

A thicker sock is the perfect go-to for winter traveling. Nobody likes to walk around with frostbite on their toes.

Winter Socks

Socks don't take up a lot of space so you can throw a few in your luggage and still have ample room for the necessities. 

A chunky necklace is always a standout statement piece, but the chunkier they are the more they weigh, adding weight to your luggage.

Accessories

Pick 1 or 2 of your favorite pieces that will compliment your winter wardrobe. 

the weather outside might be frightful but hopefully these tips help you stay warm!

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