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January 20, 2020

There’s no such thing as a bad time or location for a vacation. Winter vacations are equally as wonderful as tropical getaways, but packing for them can be a little trickier. Winter clothing is a bit bulkier than summer sundresses and flip-flops and your suitcase will likely fill up a lot quicker. This guide to how to pack for a winter vacation will help you maximize your suitcase space so you can embark on your winter adventure with all the essentials.

Layer up

One of the best tips for how to pack for a winter vacation is to layer up. Choosing clothing items that can be easily layered on top of one another will not only help you stay warm during your winter vacation but it will also increase the number of outfit combinations you can make. Additionally, by packing multiple lightweight clothing pieces, rather than several bulkier items, you can maximize the clothes you can fit into your suitcase. Layering clothing will keep you just as warm as one heavyweight jacket and will occupy half the space in your luggage. When selecting outerwear for your winter getaway, try to choose thermal clothing that will keep you warm without adding unnecessary bulk to your baggage. Certain coats, jackets, and vests, such as those from Canada Goose apparel, specialize in producing high-quality outerwear that maximizes warmth without maximizing size.

Wear your heaviest pieces

Heavyweight, thermal jackets are an absolute necessity when embarking on a winter vacation. Packing these items into your luggage, however, utilizes a significant amount of space that could be better allocated elsewhere. As such, it’s often better to wear your bulkiest items, such as coats and boots, while traveling rather than trying to cram them into your luggage. Wearing your coat and boots on the plane may seem like a bit of a nuisance, but it will help you save precious packing space. As an added bonus, by wearing these items while traveling, you’re already prepared to brave your wintry destination’s elements the minute you step off the plane.

Use packing cubes

Packing cubes will be your greatest ally when it comes to organizing your luggage. Packing cubes take the guesswork out of packing and help you better allocate your luggage’s already limited space. In order to further your luggage space, try rolling your clothing before placing it in the packing cubes. You’ll fit much more in your suitcase and you won’t have to waste precious time folding and refolding items only for them to emerge completely wrinkled.


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