How To Move Your Wardrobe Efficiently
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We promise you haven’t heard of all of these packing and moving tricks.
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You will be building several boxes—a tape gun is a must.
Duck HD Clear Tape Gun With Roll ($9)
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Using scissors to cut open boxes is just dangerous.
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You will frantically need to find an item, invariably, so do yourself a favor and label your boxes.
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Sure you might look silly, but having the crucial tools (box cutter, marker, and tape) on you at all times will ultimately save you time.
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Act like it’s a puzzle and perfectly position your largest suitcase full of shoes and boots.
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Strategy: it’s all about strategy.
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Need to fit as much as possible in your car? Well, space bags will blow your mind.
The Container Store Space Bags ($10)
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Might sound crazy, but this trick is a Who What Wear favorite!
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Rolling your clothes sounds much better than lifting load after load.
Rubbermaid Jumbo Roughneck Wheeled Storage Box ($81)
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This is definitely the easiest way to pack and unpack your hanging clothes.
Staples Wardrobe Boxes ($40)
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Stackable containers will also come in handy when packing your car or moving truck.
Sterilite 5-Gallon Storage Box (set of six, $30)
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Denim is heavy, so remember to double-up on the tape!
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We suggest packing your jewels last, and keeping them in a designated spot.
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You do not want your jewelry sliding all over the place.
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Take advantage of the pouches and small bags you already own and use them to store bulky jewelry.
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To avoid hours of untangling necklaces, pack delicate jewelry in a reliable jewelry holder.
Large Aztec Tiara Jewelry Case ($56)
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Save money by stuffing the travel bags you own with items like belts, scarves, and socks.
Do you have a secret moving tip you would like to share? Post it in the comment section below!