Do you get overwhelmed by too much clothing when you go out?

Do we wish our suitcases were a little bigger to cram in a few more clothes?

We'll teach you some tips on how to organize your clothes to help you save more space in your suitcase.

Packing for a trip is always a headache, with a suitcase that is too big to carry and a suitcase that is too small to carry too many clothes.

Today we are going to teach you tips on how to organize your luggage, learning how to organize it well will reduce the unnecessary weight and items in your luggage, which is very practical for everyone. Folding the clothes we will be taking on our trip not only leaves them with unattractive creases.

It's also a waste of space! Storing them in rolls will reduce the problem of creases and save a lot of space! Some clothes take up a lot of space in your suitcase, such as coats, children's clothes, toys, etc.

You can use vacuum compression bags to store them and save space in your suitcase!

For girls, a suitcase is never enough, and it's obviously impossible to fit everything in it.

When making your list, you can visualize your itinerary in your mind when you arrive at your destination and determine what you need to pack based on your itinerary.

For example, the number of skin care products, the type of clothes, and the number of toiletries you need based on the length of your business trip/travel.

By making a list first, you will not only prevent yourself from missing out on essential items when filling your suitcase, but you will also have a general idea of the number of items and the amount of space they will take up.

So that if you end up with too many items, you will be able to leave out the less important ones as much as possible.

The bottom of the suitcase has grooves because of the trolley, so it is a good idea to make use of small soft items such as socks to fill in these grooves and avoid wrinkles when clothes are laid flat in the suitcase.

If you have a lot of clothes, take them out individually and fold them before putting them in your suitcase.

For clothes that are not afraid of wrinkles, such as trousers and autumn clothes, it is advisable to fold the clothes in half first.

Then roll them a little into a cylindrical shape and put them neatly into the suitcase.

Shoes take up a lot of space and cannot be folded, so you have to think about where to place them.

First of all, it is best to place your shoes against the wall of your suitcase, and if they are not new, pack them in a shower cap and shoe bag before putting them in your suitcase.

When flying, there are two types of luggage: hand luggage and checked luggage.

Hand luggage is carry-on and does not have to be checked in or paid for.

The rules for hand luggage vary from airline to airline.

For example, on Spring Airlines, luggage larger than 20 x 30 x 40cm or weighing more than 7KG cannot be carried on board.