How to Pack Clothing Inside ToteSavvy

One of the best "just in case" items you can pack inside your ToteSavvy is extra clothing. Whether you're in the newborn stage and go through new outfits every hour, are potty-training your toddler, or like to have an extra shirt on-hand for yourself, ToteSavvy will help keep clothing organized, easily accessible and in pristine condition. 

At first glance it may seem like bulkier items like clothing wouldn't fit inside ToteSavvy. Thanks to Marie Kondo, we're using her technique to easily fold or roll your outfit into a perfectly-sized package––perfect for a ToteSavvy pocket. 

 

THE TRIFOLD TECHNIQUE

Made famous by the tidy master herself, this Marie Kondo technique has you fold your clothing item in thirds until it looks like a perfect little clothing rectangle. We tried the trifold on 3 different types of outfits to show you exactly how each will fit within ToteSavvy. 

NEWBORN OUTFIT

newborn fold

TODDLER OUTFIT

trifold

ADULT BLOUSE

fold technique

 

THE ROLL TECHNIQUE

The roll technique is easier to master and our preferred method when time is of the essence. Simply lay your outfit on the table with each item stacked on top of the other. Then start rolling from the bottom until you have a compact outfit that mimics a sushi roll. (pro-tip: use Tidy Snaps to keep clothing neat and rolled!) Below you'll see our roll method used on 3 different types of outfits. 

NEWBORN OUTFIT

roll technique newborn clothing

TODDLER OUTFIT

roll technique

ADULT BLOUSE

roll adult blouse to fit inside totesavvy pocket


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