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  • Hi everyone!

  • Today I'm partnering up with AWAY to show you how I pack for my one-week trip to Japan.

  • I'm packing in this medium-sized luggage because I want to leave some extra space to shop.

  • I usually start with clothes.

  • I'll pick out my outfits and then I'll start folding each piece into a little rectangle that can stack vertically into my suitcase.

  • You'll see later what it looks like.

  • Here I have two pairs of pants.

  • And I also have two pairs of leggings.

  • And then I have this pair of shorts that I'm gonna bring as well.

  • Then I pack two dresses: one that's casual, and another one that's a little more dressy just in case we ever need to go somewhere a little nicer.

  • Then I'm packing two oversized t-shirts.

  • I feel like these are just super easy, comfy, and I can wear them with leggings since I don't like wearing pants that often.

  • Then I have more tops.

  • So I have this long-sleeved sweater that's very fall-looking.

  • I have this red blouse.

  • And another t-shirt.

  • So, totally fall vibes.

  • Alright, then I'm packing this hoodie.

  • I actually got this last time I was in Tokyo.

  • And this bomber jacket.

  • And this cardigan, which I'm actually going to wear on the plane with me.

  • And this coat.

  • So this coat is gonna go into my luggage since I have a lot of extra space.

  • Then I'm packing one workout outfit just in case I decide to work out.

  • This pouch is for my underwear.

  • This pouch is for bras and socks.

  • And here is my toiletries pouch that has everything toiletry-related.

  • I actually got this pouch from a t-shirt packaging, so it's not something I bought. It's just reused.

  • Here's the makeup I'm bringing.

  • I just have a pouch of all the essentials.

  • I have an eyeshadow palette.

  • And then my beauty blenders.

  • A couple beanies because it'll get cold out there.

  • And two scarves: one thick and one thin.

  • I have hotel slippers for my boyfriend and myself.

  • Then here are the shoes I'm packing.

  • I have flip flops just in case I need to wear them, if the shower's dirty.

  • And then I have some nicer pair of shoes.

  • And I wear sneakers, always, on the plane.

  • A bag of random accessories, and then my electronics pouch.

  • So I put my phone charger, camera chargers in here.

  • I actually decided to put my accessories in that pouch as well.

  • And now it's time to pack!

  • I start with the heavier items like the hoodies, my pants.

  • And then putting my tops in there.

  • As you can see, I'm always rearranging because it's like a game of Tetris.

  • There's no right way to do it.

  • You just put in whatever works.

  • I've put in all my clothes, basically.

  • I like to put all my clothes on one side of the luggage, and the other side I leave for accessories and miscellaneous stuff.

  • This vertical packing method is my favorite.

  • That way, I can kind of look at my luggage and see everything at a glance.

  • It's like looking into your closet.

  • On the other side, I'm packing my coat because I know I have a lot of extra space here.

  • I'm also putting in the shoes and all the miscellaneous items like electronics, toiletries, and makeup.

  • There's a lot of extra space in here because I know I'm gonna do some shopping.

  • Now I'll quickly show you what I pack in my backpack that I bring onto the plane.

  • First and most importantly is my passport.

  • And then I have wallets in the back.

  • And then I'll pack some earphones in a pouch.

  • And I have ChapStick and a pen for filling out forms.

  • My laptop, my laptop charger, iPad, and my workbook for journaling.

  • I have a pouch with batteries, camera charger, phone charger.

  • A first aid pouch, hand cream.

  • And extra jacket.

  • Not shown here is my camera, because obviously I'm using the camera to film this video.

  • But that's basically it.

  • That's what I'm packing for my one-week trip to Japan.

  • I hope you guys enjoyed that video.

  • Love you so much, and I'll see you next time.

  • Bye!

Hi everyone!

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How to Pack Like a Pro | 1 Week in Japan

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    Vivian Chen posted on 2018/10/22
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