Traveling doesn't mean you have to leave your style behind. You'll need a suit or two for that important meeting, special date, night out...
But compared to the rest of your clothes, you need to pack your suits carefully. Your suit needs to stay fresh and unwrinkled no matter your destination and the size of your travel bag or suitcase.
And packing your suit without ruining it can be quite a challenge.
Read on to learn how to pack your suit the right way...
Folding your suit jacket
There is a technique to folding a suit jacket. Below is my preferred way of folding my jacket for all my business trips...
Watch this video to see how to fold and pack a suit properly:
Folding your dress pants
Folding your dress pants should be a whole lot easier than tucking your suit jacket away. Here's a simple step-by-step guide on how to fold a pair without ruining it:
Helpful tips to travel in style
- Want to dress as well as Prince Harry but not break the break? Check out this article.
Written by Robert Ordway
Raised in the small mill town of Lake Station, Indiana, Robert’s blue collar upbringing exposed him to little if any of the clothing industry. Robert has been following the menswear industry for over a decade and has been significantly influenced by the book, Dressing the Man by Alan Flusser. From 2009-2012, he worked in retail sales at both Brooks Brothers and JCrew. In 2015, Robert received the Custom Clothier certification from the Custom Tailor and Designers Association (CTDA), the oldest continuously operating trade organization in the United States. He is the former owner of Rusted Oak, a men’s retail clothing store in Valparaiso, Indiana.
Today, Robert's mission is to teach men of all shapes and sizes about grooming care, general life style tips, and of course male fashion stemming from his deep career in the fashion industry.