Travel Guide: Packing your accessories

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Frustrated about how your necklaces and bracelets end up all tangled together? Well here’s how you can prevent that from happening. First, I strongly suggest that you don’t bring tons of accessories because you won’t even be able to use all of them. It’s better to select already what accessories match the outfits you’ve already chosen. Here’s a list of some that I’ve already picked for my trip.

  • Braided anklets
  • Bracelets
    • Bangle
    • Beaded
    • Braided/ Woven
  • Earrings
    • Hoop
    • Dangling
    • Stud
  • Headbands
    • Hippie
    • W/ flower
    • W/ peacock feathers
  • Necklaces
    • Long and chunky
    • Shell
  • Belts
    • Slim leather
    • Braided
Now, to solve the organisation problem, How to keep necklaces from knotting? Your first option is using a traveling jewelry case. You can simply place your necklaces on the slits and everything else will be easy to organise. Another option is to use a toiletry bag that can serve as a jewelry case because it also has separated pouches already.
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You can also try using plastic containers that have partitions. Just like the ones used for medicine or other small trinkets that needs to be kept in storage.
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In the last option would need to use a box or a tin can. You layer your jewelry while using fabric or paper to separate each accessory. Or instead of layering them, wrap them in tissue paper individually or place each one in a sandwich bag and then put them in the container. It’s practical and won’t cost you anything really if you have the stuff in your house already.

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