Traveling with just a carry-on is pretty easy during warm spring and summer months, but things tend to get pretty difficult once fall arrives. Packing light for gloomy fall weather when you require warm and bulky clothes isn’t easy, but these tips will help you get it done.
Jacket and Shoes
Jackets and shoes are the bulkiest items you could possibly pack in your carry-on, but the good news is that you don’t have to pack them at all. Opt for a single jacket and a pair of shoes or boots that go well with the rest of your clothes, and wear them at all times.
You’re probably aware that you should wear layers in the fall, and this hack will come in handy when it comes to fall travel. Instead of packing a few bulky items, opt for lighter shirts, cardigans, and sweaters that you can wear over each other.
Plan Your Outfits
Planning your outfits will save you a lot of carry-on space, no matter what the season, but it’s especially useful in the fall. You can’t really afford to waste space on things you’re not going to wear, so pack items that you can wear together. If you’re planning to do laundry while traveling, make sure to always have at least one clean outfit available.