I bit, so you don’t have to. The New York Times, which has a paywall for more than 10 views/month, posted this article by Michelle Higgins on June 28th: The Right Way to Pack for Travel. Suggestions include investing in a “hard-sided suitcase no taller than 22 inches, with a structured shell, so you can’t squeeze in any extras.” (“Many frequent fliers interviewed for this article said they favored the Rimowa Salsa Deluxe, about $500.”) Also, “use the ‘5, 4, 3, 2, 1’ rule for a weeklong trip, limiting yourself to no more than five sets of socks and underwear, four tops, three bottoms, two pairs of shoes and one hat.”


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