In Minimalism

Packed all my clothes into a single suitcase

I have been living in maternity leggings / clothing, stretchy dresses and tank tops for the past few months and I don’t see that changing, so I packed everything else I am not wearing into a suitcase to prepare for our eventual move.

The first layer as you can see, are my skirts on the left-hand side (first column), then my pants, trousers and denim in the middle and far right-hand side (second and third columns).

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The second layer are all my dresses, and peeking out at the top are my tops in the top-section of the suitcase.
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I switched clothes into another suitcase, but basically all my tops look like this when packed in the front pockets:

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They’re lightweight, so they roll easily and don’t take a lot of room.

My coats, jackets and blazers are put into garment bags (and doubled up) rather than into suitcases.

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2 Comments

  1. Stefanie @ The Broke and Beautiful Life

    I’m impressed by your packing skills. Despite living out of a suitcase for a large part of my adulthood, I still suck at keeping it all organized.

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    1. save. spend. splurge.

      I roll / fold everything and just cram it in there. It’s easier if the suitcase is structured versus a duffel-bag style.

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