Assess your wardrobe before you start packing, so you take only the essential items. You can also make a list to keep your bag (and your thoughts) organized.No. 2 work & play pieces Bring versatile, mix-and-match items for dress and casual occasions. Save on space and bring classic pieces that you can wear for formal events or adventures on your days off. Neutrals and understated prints are packing staples.
No. 3 packing blueprint
The way you pack your clothing determines how much space you’ll use in your bag. Place jackets and dress shirts in a built-in suite to minimize wrinkling. Place rolled t-shirts along the fold line to prevent creasing, and put bulky items in the bottom of the bag to prevent tipping.No. 4 everything in its place Store socks, ties and belts together so you can easily access your accessories. Place shoes in shoe bags to prevent dirty soles from rubbing on clothing.
No. 5 expandable convenience
Use our patented Baseline CX™ system to increase packing capacity by 34%. You can compress the bag down for carry-on size, so you can skip having to wait at baggage claim after a flight.No. 6 daily essentials
Use a travel kit to organize all of your toiletries, like deodorant, lotion, shampoo and conditioner. Ensure that all of your items are sealed tightly in order to prevent any liquids from leaking while in transit.No. 7 a clean cut No. 7 Bring a mesh bag to store your dirty clothing. This will keep your clean items separated from the ones that need to be laundered. Plus, when you get home, you can easily determine what needs to be washed.