How to Pack a Suit in a Carry-On Suitcase
You may not want to pack a suit in a checked bag, especially if that suit is integral to your eventual destination. Pack a suit in a carry-on suitcase with help from a travel expert and the Founder and CEO of In-Flight Insider in this free video clip.
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Hello, my name is Carolyn Paddock, and I'm the founder and CEO of In-flight Insider, and today we're at the gorgeous Carlisle Showroom, and we are talking about how to pack a suit in a suitcase. Now this is how I pack all the time. I have to carry suits with me and I always have suitcases, usually roller boards and so the first thing that you want to do is make sure when you pack that you have all of your basics and all of your clothes and toiletries at the bottom of your bag and next thing you want to do, put your suit in of course a dry cleaner bag. This will help protect your suit and it helps keep the wrinkles out. I'm a big fan of course, now what you want to do is fold into thirds and all you do is zip it up and there you have it. Once you get to your hotel or wherever you are staying you will want to unpack your bag immediately and hang up your suit just to make sure if there are any wrinkles that they fall out naturally. Now my takeaway tip to you is if you travel with toiletries which I do, I make sure that I squeeze the air out of my toiletries, I put them in a bag, I roll it up and then I zip it. Now I do this because anything that I'm traveling with, a suit or anything else, I don't want to get any shampoo or any lotion on. That way it's protected and it won't explode in your bag so you don't want that. So that is my takeaway tip to you. I'm Carolyn Paddock from In-flight Insider. Thanks for watching.