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Packing Tips for HIM to Expedite Your Flight

Posted by Cirrus Aviation on Apr 19, 2013 1:00:40 AM

The challenge of packing a week's worth of clothes in a small carry-on does not seem as daunting for men as it does for women. Generally speaking, men are lucky in that department. With just a few clothing staples, you'll have everything you need for day and night outings. Check out the following packing tips from frequent smart travelers, and use this as a guide to knowing exactly what to bring with you on your next flight.

1. Get wrinkle-free fabrics.

Ironing Your Clothes

You pay a few bucks extra for the wrinkle-free shirts, but they are completely worth it. Think about it: Do you really want to be spending time ironing your clothes when you could be out living it up?

2. Take a blazer.

T-shirts are not appropriate for every situation; so if you don't own a stylish blazer, it's time to go out and buy one. Don't freak -- blazers have come a long way since your grandpa's time. Designers have made them hip, and they're perfect for every kind of event.

3. Layers are in.

A basic, light sweater is a staple; but it can easily be pushed to the next level by layering it over a collared shirt.

4. Two pairs of pants is all you need.

Chances are you won't have to be super dressy on your vacation; but a pair of black and khaki pants are still great to have with you for dinner and nights out.

5. Jeans are your best friend.

Pack dark washes, as they can be easily dressed up in a moment's notice. Jeans also don't need to be washed after every use, which is great if you might not have access to a washer and dryer.

6. Limit yourself to two pairs of shoes.

Packing Your Shoes

Yes, two -- an athletic shoe for sightseeing and a nicer dress shoe for nights out. If you're lucky, you have one pair that can fit both bills.

7. Place all personal hygiene products in sealed bags to protect your clothes from spills during the flight.

Nothing is worse than arriving at your hotel only to find all of your clothes covered in shaving gel and body wash.

8. Weigh and measure your carry-on.

Remember that each airline has different rules; so check their website and make sure you won't have any problems when checking in.

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