Here are some tips we would like to share:
-Place shirts on the bottom, then dresses (if applicable), then pants.
-Stack tops, unfolded, by placing wrinkle-prone tops toward the bottom of a pile and less easily wrinkled ones toward the top.
-Fold the sleeves in toward the shirts’ torsos.
-Fold the shirts in half from the bottom. You now have a rectangular bundle of shirts; place it in your suitcase.
-Drape long dresses in the suitcase so that the ends hang over the sides.
-Place pants and skirts on a flat surface; fold each in half lengthwise.
-Stack pants and skirts on top of one another, with easily wrinkled ones on the bottom and sturdier ones, such as jeans, on top.
-Place your stack of pants and skirts on top of the dresses, then fold the ends of the dresses over the pants and skirts.
-Stuff socks in shoes. Pack underwear in laundry bags or side pockets to save space.
-Arrange each pair of shoes so that the heel of one aligns with the toe of the other.
-Protect clothes from leaks by placing toiletries in a plastic bag.
Remember : non-liquid toiletries, spare shoes, prescription medicines, an extra pair of eye glasses, contact lenses or sunglasses, and your camera you’ll carry with you on the plane in your carry-on bag.
Also, remember to take enough clothing in your carry-on to get you through at least a day. Sometimes your luggage makes it to a different destination than you do.