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How To Pack A Suit in a Carry-On

A few simple tips for avoiding those annoying baggage fees — and an embarrassingly wrinkled suit — next time you hit the road on business.
Illustrations: Jameson Simpson

Avoid wrinkles — and check-in fees. It's a win/win.

Thanks to those annoying baggage fees (not to mention long waits and the threat of losing your prized possessions during that layover in Denver), you’re likely carrying on a lot more than used to. And while a roller bag is great for jeans, sweaters, or boxers, it can be hard on a suit. Not, however, if you follow these simple tips.

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