Packing Clothes and Accessories Effectively
There are many things to plan for when it comes to packing up clothes. Whether it is packing for seasonal storage, a trip, or easier storage at home, the trick is to pack your clothes so they survive the trip and do not need life support when you unpack them. Follow these simple tips to keep your clothes, from your shirts and pants all the way to your Easter ties safe and neat:
Purge and Weed Out
It is important every now and then to go through your closet and drawers to clear out items and get rid of unwanted or unused items. Ties are one of the most notorious when it comes to accumulating a large unused collection, so make sure you are not wasting space and that you are using the ties you have.
Storing With Moving Boxes
These are a great investment and can make clothing storage much more manageable. When you are trying to figure out how to pack clothes, packing boxes can be a great option, especially when it comes to storing items you only use certain times of the year — like your winter or summer clothes or those accessories you use once year like Easter ties
Packing for a Trip
Make sure you only pack the clothes you need and not too much or too little. There are some clothes you need to take but many you can do without. You may want to consider packing a separate quick-grab bag that has a full change of clothes. These are great to keep in the car so you always have an emergency change of clothes. These emergency bags are also a good idea to have on hand for special events where certain clothing items are needed — like Easter ties for church events or special suits for weddings and other formal occasions.
Knowing how to pack clothes and take care of them is something many people learn through trial and error. Whether you are packing for storage in the closet or wardrobe or if you need to pack or a trip or special occasion, these are some of the things to keep in mind — whether it is dress shirts, Easter ties, slacks, or any other items of clothing.