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Holidays Lounge understands that when you are preparing to travel, you will need to spend a lot of time packing.
Holidays Lounge always want the best for its members.

Here are some simple tips from Holidays Lounge:

Packing is not as easy as you think you don’t want to over-pack yet you don’t want to under-pack, and there is a lot of room for mistakes.

This is especially true when packing clothes. It is hard to reach the ideal combination of things to bring along, but if you follow a few simple steps, you can accomplish a lot.

The first thing to take into consideration is that bringing the newest clothes you have bought is not exactly the best idea. Holidays Lounge understands that this is because you are not used to them. They might be okay when you try them on in the store. If however, you put them on when you reach your final destination you could find them quite uncomfortable to wear.


This might even cause you to buy new shoes, for instance, when you are just trying to enjoy the vacation. Take these things into consideration – they might seem small, but they will end up being very annoying.

You should consider taking the clothes you are used to. If you decide that you should bring along something that you don’t usually wear, this might be a mistake. It doesn’t matter if you are original and wear different clothes. Don’t worry so much about clothes and enjoy yourself. Holidays Lounge knows that this will save you a lot of stress in the long run.

Make sure that your medications are with you at all times and never check them in. Always take them in carrying on. If by chance you have to go on a smaller plane use a tote bag for your med’s.

Holidays Lounge Tips for Packing Clothes

You never if your bags will be misplaced. Always make a list and be prepared. Take copies of your passports and all your credit cards front and back. Whenever traveling don’t wear anything flashy, dress down don’t play the big-shot you will have a target on your back. And may fall victim to theft. Be safe and always be aware of your surroundings.

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