Sure, less is more is as old as Persian trade routes, but it has never been more relevant to the contemporary traveler. Less unnecessary items of clothing in your carry-on means more freedom to enjoy your trip to its fullest. Ebby Rane’s Quartermaster, the luxury carry-on with its unique packing system, is designed to take the hassle out of packing and temper the tendency to go overboard. At the same time, don’t let the term carry-on mislead you – Ebby Rane’s Quartermaster can easily hold 14 items of clothing plus intimate apparel and accessories, while the companion bag, the Valise (The Wingman for the guy) provides even more capacity. It’s also the perfect travel bag on its own, for a weekend away.
HERE ARE A FEW TIPS FOR PACKING CLOTHES IN YOUR NEW QUARTERMASTER:
CLOTHES GO AT THE BOTTOM
When you zip open our carry-ons you will find that the top is 1/3 of the capacity of the case and the bottom, 2/3. This uneven split is intentional, to enable you to fit more articles of clothing in the bottom portion. With clothes neatly folded at the bottom, the various carry-alls fit in the top 1/3, each labelled accordingly: jewelry, liquids, cosmetics, tech accessories, shoes, knickers, bath and beach items. Voila! All of your essentials packed neatly away. Ebby Rane truly offers the most organized luggage.
CHOOSE CLOTHES THAT TRANSITION EASILY
Choose items in black, white, beige and other neutral colors that can be easily coordinated. Fashion wisdom says you can get at least 25 outfits from just 8 items of clothing. In transit, the chic 1887 clutch serves double duty, holding accessories that add the splash of color, such as a red belt or patterned scarf.
GO UNDERWEAR CRAZY
Too often, the smallest items of clothing get forgotten. But Ebby Rane, being the most organized luggage in the industry, won’t let you forget. A carry-all for knickers is clearly marked.
Be it your favorite pair of dancing shoes, leather pumps that can work well for both day or night, or a pair of sneakers for exploring an unfamiliar place on foot, our carry-ons have room for 2 pairs of shoes.
PACK A SWIMSUIT
Even if you’re not close to the beach, your hotel is likely to have a pool, sauna or jacuzzi. If it’s not dry by the time you’re ready to leave, don’t worry, the Quartermaster has a special rubberized carryall for beach/bath items.
CONSIDER YOUR TRAVELING OUTFIT
Wear your jacket on the plane; as this will likely be your heaviest item, you avoid adding weight to your carry-on. An oversized wrap doesn’t only give you a sleek look, it can double up as a blanket or pillow. If you could decide to wear a business suit for your flight, you’ve easily added to your selection of outfits while on your trip.