When travelling, your bag is what is the essential part of it. So, first of all, make sure that you do not overpack as you will definitely have more stuff to bring back home from your vacation. However, some essentials should be ensured to be a part of your travel kit, especially in summer. Summers are usually meant for travelling light. Here are some essentials that you need to carry with you.
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Pick a theme
Try sticking to a colour scheme for the trip, for instance, red and white or blue and beige. It is always best to think of neutral tones and colours to avoid too many colours. This would help you to select your outfits basis the colour scheme with ease and you can make your combinations according to the days of travel. You can cut down on your shoes or trousers inevitably.
It is a great idea to carry lightweight accessories to pair with your outfits on a holiday. From a soft light scarf to sunglasses, costume jewellery, nail paints, a tiny makeup kit, and belts for your denim and trousers. Men can also carry their belts, sunglasses and a nice sunscreen and if you are holidaying on a beach, do carry your caps and hats.
A personal kit
Do not forget a personal kit for your toiletries, electronics, gadgets, books, masks, and whatever else you need to carry but keep it as light as possible. Travelling smart and compact is the key. You could do possibly with a sling bag and even better would be to use one bag for two people. Since you are travelling in summer, remember to carry wet wipes or tissues with you and keep a face wash handy with you all the time.
Avoid duplication of items
If you are travelling with friends or relatives, check with them for any repetition of stuff except clothes and essential items. You can probably share your shampoo, conditioner, iron and eatables with the other buddies on the trip to reduce your luggage. Instead of a soap, carry a body wash that can be easy to share.
Roll and pack
You should ideally make rolls of your t-shirts, denim, dresses or any stretchable fabrics. Place the rolled clothes at the bottom and support the stiffer stuff on them. This will help you pack more items in the same compact space. The topmost layer should be long dresses or skirts that could form wrinkles if kept at the bottom.
Carry a wallet that has enough pockets to segregate your currency between notes and coins and further between notes of different denominations. Take a sleep yet convenient wallet that can fit in anywhere to tag along wherever you go.