The Lazy Girl’s Way to Pack for Business Trips

What a helpful, inspiring chart! I think I need to use this for my day-to-day work in additon to my travels. 14 pieces making 30 outfits sounds too good to be true, but I think I will be using this as a template for our trip to Europe this summer, swapping out a few more formal pieces for some casual ones.

Ruby, Inc.

I don’t know about you, but I hate packing. Hate it. I’m constantly wondering if my carry on is going to fit on the plane, if they’re going to search it and pull out everything that I’ve stuffed in there only to have me restuff it after I get the green light. I hate deciding what to bring, what to leave home and worse yet, I hate living out of a box and carrying that beast with me.

In an ideal world I wouldn’t have to pack at all and my clothes would just magically arrive at my destination.

And seriously, if someone steals this business idea, just do it and give me 15 percent.

So if you’re like me and you detest packing as much as I do, you’ll be happy the Ruby, Inc. crew found this post on Pinterest that shows you how to pack 30 outfits for…

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  1. Very practical guide. I need to update my wardrobe, and this great way to add variety and style without too much clutter. Thanks for sharing.

    • Glad you enjoyed it! I thought it would be very helpful for day-to-day dressing too – I fall into a rut where I wear the same outfits over and over. If I have that problem, I imagined others would too and could benefit from the great chart!

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