What do you prefer for overnight journeys - Garment Bags or Carry-on Luggage?

October 19, 2014 2 min read

When you're out for an overnight journey or a short weekend trip, there's usually not much to carry. You don't want to get into the hassle of checking-in luggage and want something handy to save time and energy. So, what to choose - garment bags or carry-on luggage?

For professionals on a business trip, a garment bag is an ideal choice. It keeps your clothes as neat and tidy as sent by the dry cleaner. Suits, jackets, semi-formals stay intact in a garment bag, which is also super easy to carry. Obviously, if you need a lot of outfit hopping during meetings, a carry-on luggage carrier is more suitable.

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Also, keep in mind the duration of your trip. A garment bag won't accommodate as much clothing as a carry-on luggage would. So, if you feel you've stuffed your garment bag too much, re-think your decision and shift your clothing in a comfortable carry-on.

Though dresses and business suits are best carried in a garment bag, other necessities like accessories, documents, footwear need space for which a smaller carry-on is a good option. In case of two or more in-hand luggage, just be sure to board the plane early and make space for your luggage in the overhead compartments.

Garment bags by Victorinox Luggage, Tumi, American Tourister Luggage, Samsonite are sturdy and spacious for an overnight journey. Invest in a high quality garment bag for long lasting utility. However, if your choice is a carry-on, then choose from Antler Luggage, American Tourister Luggage, Rimowa, Victorinox Luggage, Samsonite, Tumi, Heys, Delsey Luggage, Roncato amongst others available in various colours and styles at TheLuggageProfessionals.com.

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