Fold, Roll, or Layer?

Each method of packing has its fans who swear it's the only way to go, but done correctly, all will leave your clothes relatively wrinkle-free. Always pack your suitcase full enough to keep clothes from shifting, but not so full that you have to force it closed. The folding method (the author's preferred method). Always fold horizontally, so when you hang up your clothes upon arrival, gravity will help pull the creases out. To fold a jacket, shirt, sweater, T-shirt, or blouse: Button the item and lay it facedown. Fold sleeves horizontally across the upper back and fold the body horizontally in half. Longer garments can be folded in thirds. Fold skirts horizontally in half or thirds. Fold slacks along the crease line first, then horizontally in half. Stack folded clothes in the suitcase like layers of a sandwich, putting jackets in last, and alternating their collars in opposite direc
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