Our Best Minimalist Packing Tips to Organize Your Home

I thought it would be fun to share how all my best ultralight and minimalist packing tips can be used to better organize your home, streamline your belongings and ultimately produce less waste.

My biggest tip for the travel wardrobe is to pack NO MORE than a week’s worth of clothing, and then mixing, matching, and washing before wearing them again.

Minimalist Packing Tip: Pack No More Than a Week’s Worth of Clothes

If you get real and start tracking the items you actually wear on a regular basis, there’s a good chance that you go back and re-wear the old faithfuls and a vast majority never leave the hangers.

How You Can Apply This to Home

Layering can take you from warm days to cool nights with ease, or from summer travels to autumn travels in one travel capsule wardrobe. It’s how you pack for multiple climates.

Minimalist Packing Tip:  Layers

When you are preparing your 1-week capsule wardrobe, it definitely helps to think about layering. You will maximize the look, the feel, and the function of your smaller wardrobe.

How You Can Apply This to Home

We love some good merino wool here at Her Packing List. It smells less, dries quickly, and is temperature regulating. We also appreciate that bamboo fabric smells less and offers built-in UPF protection.

Minimalist Packing Tip: Invest in Clothing with Special Fabrics

Did you know that everytime you wash your clothes, millions of microfibers are released into the water? If you think more critically about what you buy, it’s about more than fashion and money and clutter.

How You Can Apply This to Home

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