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Minimalist Packing Tips for Travel - WITHOUT Leaving the Essentials


Today Keira is spilling her secrets to efficient and stress-free minimal packing tips. As a frequent traveler, Keira shares her must-have travel essentials and space-saving packing techniques WITHOUT leaving your essentials behind. Say goodbye to overpacking and excessive luggage fees, and hello to a hassle-free travel with these simple tips!

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Hey, guys! It's Kiera. Welcome back to the Subtl YouTube channel. Today, we are diving into some essential minimalist packing tips for travel.

Essential Minimalist Packing Tips for Travel

Now, I'm not an insane minimalist, but I absolutely hate overpacking for trips. It's just so much easier to travel light and know exactly where things are. Let's explore some tips to make your packing experience a breeze.

Travel Sizes: Minimize and Maximize

One important tip is to take all your toiletries and makeup with you on the plane. That way, you won't risk arriving at your destination without your essential skincare or makeup items. Trust me, that's the absolute worst mistake you only make once.

Compact and Convenient: The Advantages of Travel-Size Products

To achieve a minimalist packing approach, invest in travel-size versions of your favorite products. Whether it's dry shampoo, conditioner, cleanser, hairspray, or deodorant, choose travel-size options. While it may require an upfront investment, it's worth it in the long run. You can even keep your travel cosmetic bag packed, eliminating the need to transfer products into small containers.

Stackable Makeup: The Ultimate Solution for Minimalist Travelers

When it comes to makeup, embrace the concept of stackable makeup. If you haven't tried the Subtl stack yet, you're missing out! Our stackable, customizable makeup allows you to pack exactly what you need for the trip. It's compact, convenient, and perfect for carrying in your carry-on bag. Say goodbye to broken makeup during travel!

Maximizing Space: Tips for Minimalist Clothing Packing

Let's talk about clothing. To pack efficiently, focus on the items you wear the most. Be realistic with yourself and avoid packing aspirational pieces that you won't actually wear. Stick to a cohesive color scheme and choose versatile items like biker shorts, tanks, and flowy, oversized shirts that can be mixed and matched for various occasions.

Strategic Outfit Planning: Simplify Your Travel Wardrobe

If you're going to a specific destination like New York, consider planning your outfits in advance. This approach saves time and reduces stress during your trip. Try on different combinations beforehand and take photos, so you know exactly what to wear each day. It's a game-changer, especially when packing a carry-on.

The Ultimate Minimalist Packing Checklist for Stress-Free Travel

To ensure you don't forget any essential items, keep a packing list on your phone. Create a running list of items you need to pack, such as earplugs, glasses, contacts, and other travel essentials. This helps prevent overpacking while ensuring you have everything you need.

Organized and Efficient: The Benefits of Packing Cubes

Lastly, consider using packing cubes to maximize space and stay organized. These handy tools can be used per person or to organize items such as pants and shirts separately. They are a game-changer when it comes to minimalist packing.

There are many different ways to organize, but I promise you that I put off buying these for so long, and they have totally leveled up my minimalist packing game. Those are all the tips I have for you. I hope they were helpful. Please comment down below and let me know if you have any packing tips and tricks that have saved you while traveling. And if you're like me and prefer not to bring an excessive amount but still have a lot of essentials, I believe these tips will be very helpful for you. Be sure to check the links below for everything I talked about, and we'll see you next time. Bye

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