When it comes to planning what jewellery you want to bring with you on your next vacation, there is a surprising amount of stuff that you will need to think about first. Of course, you will need to think about which jewellery pieces you want to bring, as bringing too much increases the chance of something getting stolen or lost along the way. You will also need to make sure that your clothes match your jewellery, and that your jewellery matches your clothes, so that you look as perfect as ever. However, arguably one of the most important things you need to think about is how you are going to pack your jewellery when you go on vacation. Nobody wants to open their suitcase only to find that their jewellery has been bent and broken out of shape.
Organisation Is Key
Whether you are packing up a necklace that your friend gave you, or you are making sure to bring some engagement rings in Auckland, you will need to make sure that your jewellery is properly organised. There are several reasons for this. First, you don’t want to have your jewellery all tangled up, as this can be hard to undo and increases the risk of damaging the jewellery itself. You will also want to make sure that what you use to organise the jewellery is properly protective, such as a special case for travel jewellery. This will ensure that no matter what bumps into your suitcase, your jewellery will remain unharmed.
Finally, organisation will help you keep track of where everything is, if you choose to bring multiple pieces of jewellery. When you are certain that everything is properly organised, you will realise just how much safer all of your precious jewellery is, giving you peace of mind and allowing you to enjoy the rest of your vacation.
If you want to make sure that your jewellery is even safer, there are several things that you can do. For instance, you can roll up your necklaces in a microfiber cloth before you place them in the jewellery box. The softness of the cloth will not scratch the jewellery, and keeping the necklaces rolled prevents them from becoming tangled with anything. If you don’t have a microfiber cloth, you can thread the necklace through a straw to make sure it won’t tangle. Smaller pieces of jewellery, such as rings and earrings, can be placed in a pill organiser, which will prevent them from getting lost. Finally, you should surround the jewellery box with soft clothing to ensure that even if something does jolt the bag, everything inside remains fine.