A) Concrete shoes
Wear your heaviest ones and stuff secondary pairs with rolled underwear. Stow in shower caps and pack heel-to-toe in the bottom of your upright case to stop them crushing anything else.
B) Clothes press
Don’t fold, roll: bulky pieces like trousers individually, light ones like Ts stacked together to create equal-sized cylinders. Slot next to your shoes at the bottom of your case. A level base disperses pressure.
C) Stuffed shirts
Fold as usual (arms in, then in half) then put rolled-up belts in the collars to stop them getting crushed. Layer on top of your shoes, Ts and trousers with the collars at opposite ends so they square up.
D) Jacked in
A suit bag is an extra burden, so wear your jacket on the plane. Pack any spares by turning them inside out without pulling the arms through, then putting one shoulder into the other.
E) Extra groom
Your washbag is surprisingly heavy. Slot a bulldog clip over your razor and decant products into smaller bottles