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The UnPacking List #10: How to Pack More Productively with Splice Clothing

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Wouldn’t it be so much easier to pack for a trip if one shirt actually turned into two, or three, or even four different versions? Enter Splice Clothing – a small business focusing on reversible travel clothing that is designed to do just that!

In this episode, I speak to Splice Clothing’s founder, Ashly Ryan, on the whole process of building her business from start to finish. Learn about the current Splice Clothing range and some insight into what’s on the horizon. Plus, hear my personal mini-reviews for two of Splice’s reversible clothing items!

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What You’ll Learn

  • The travel experience and the journey that led Ashly to found Splice Clothing.
  • My personal mini-reviews of 2 Splice Clothing items. (hint: I love them!)
  • The benefits of reversible clothing on your packing list.
  • How simplifying dressing can impact your productivity in travel and non-travel life.

Links of Interest

Rather Watch the Live Interview?

The live interview with Ashly Ryan of Splice Clothing.

Take Action

Have you decided to test out Splice Clothing? I want to hear about it. Leave your thoughts in the comments below!

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Written by Brooke

I run the show at Her Packing List and love packing ultralight. In fact, I once traveled for 3 entire weeks with just the contents of a well-packed 12L handbag. When I'm not obsessing over luggage weight, I'm producing episodes of The UnPacking List or just snuggling with my pet rabbit, Sherlock Bunz.

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Pacsafe – Since they come with extra theft-resisting features, Pacsafe bags make you a more confident traveler. We especially love this bag.

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Personal Care

Nalgene Toiletry Bottles – These leak-free toiletry bottles and tubs come in all sizes – even super tiny, helping minimalists pack it all without bulk.

Turkish Towels – They’re thinner than most travel towels, and they actually cover your body! We can’t get enough of Turkish towels for travel.


Clothing

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Anatomie – Anatomie travel pants come with luxury prices, but they offer many benefits for travelers. See our review of the famous Skyler pants.

Travel Resources

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Airbnb – Airbnb is the best place to book out apartments around the world. Sign up using this link to get $37 USD off your first stay booking + $14 USD towards an experience booking!

Booking.com – Search for hotels, hostels, and apartments using this one resource. Use it for flights, car rentals, and airport taxis as well.

Hostelworld – For hostels, Hostelworld remains our number one source for booking stays. Choose from straight up hostels, budget hotels and bed and breakfasts.

Trusted Housesitters – Save money on travel accommodation by becoming a housesitter. Housesitters often have extra duties, like caring for pets and gardens.

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