Tip 1: Don't Pack Outfits. Pack A Theme
People often start overpacking when they start thinking in outfits instead of pieces (in reality, your favorite outfits will usually form Venn diagrams with one another). Find the pieces you wear the most often, and then fill in the holes with versatile separates that'll do double duty. We like: cropped trousers, A-line dresses, button-up shirts, and textured skirts. As far as ratio, we like to think of a top a day (plus an extra one for good measure) and half that number for bottoms. Never pack something that you haven't worn in a while — chances are, you won't want to wear it on the trip, either.