My blog about random sparkly things and good intentions.
rofl I'm all ears.
Hi gigi. haha, I'll try to make the tips worthwhile.
Great pose - keep forgetting about my matching leggings!!!I am intrigued!
I love the sweater for the legs, I can live in them all winter. We'll see what I come up with next. ;)
Stand back, the bag is about to be opened! I'm intrigued to see more of your packing tips. I've shoved a few down jackets and coats in the outside pocket of my suitcase, it's amazing how small they can get.
My dad was amazed it was a full coat smashed down little (ha, just noticed the pun). Down things are so good for keeping warm, taking very little space and weight.
WOW teach me your secrets!!! I've only heard about rolling your clothes before packing...which helps to a certain extent.
I'll pass on a few more things that I hope will be helpful ... my objectives is a lot of flexibility with the fewest number of items and not having a wrinkled mess needing to be ironed.
Those vacuum seal bags are amazing. Show us more!!
The bags are great for taking your own pillow, if you don't like hotel pillows. ;)
can't wait to see more!
WFF - I'll try to pull out a few more tricks.
Those TOTALLY go together and you are the mistress of the packing!
These two things were a surprise get-together. I do think I have a few good packing pointers.
Is it wrong that I totally love that outfit? Imagine it with some big boots - snow bunny!
I see that, Lisa. And as goofy as it was, I love that outfit too.
You ARE a packing ninja! Just here from a link off Gigi's--clearly I have been missing out. Fab reviews; I just read like eight of them in a row. And thanks to you, I've got so many why-didn't-I-see-that-earlier regrets now! :)Can't wait to hear how you managed to get that puffer down to size. Which compression bag thingy are you using? Whatever it is it's MAGIC.
And...I have no idea why it just published as "n" because that is definitely not right. Oopsies.
Hi magpie! Welcome and I hope you'll visit often. :)I don't remember which vacuum bag this is, it came with a bunch of other sizes in a package deal (ha!) some years ago but I think most of them work well enough for this purpose. I just folded the hood downward, then folded the coat into quarters and stuffed it into the bag. When you roll out the air, it gets flat to easily go into a suitcase taking up very little room and hardly any added weight.
Love, love bothpieces and the combo on you!I nominated you for a Liebster Award :) here:http://lifesdivine.blogspot.com/2013/03/awar-time-liebster.html!Xoxo
You are super sweet, Andrea. Thank you!!! :)