FLAT PACKING VS ROLLING
Let the packing games begin!
First of all, we chose same carry-on bags (fine, in different colors!) and same amount of clothing pieces. Beginning with the flat packing method, we separated tops from bottoms, with trousers, pants and skirts on the right side of the bag and the sweaters, shirts and tank tops on the left side. And yes, the results were indeed impressive. We came up with 2 jeans, 2 skirts and 1 pair of pants, 3 sweaters, 4 shirts and 3 tank tops, plus a small bag full of accessories, one another with socks and underwear and 2 pajamas sets. Highlight the fact, we managed to fit in a hairdryer and a pair of shoes as well!
Now when it came to rolling, we managed everything but not the pair of shoes and 1 sweater. Of course, we could push a little more and fit everything but rolling was not indeed a real space saver as we expected. Moreover, the wrinkle free look of our shirts did not happen either. At this point, we have to admit that when it comes to flat packing you can really separate the space of your bag.
Although, if you are asking our favorite method, we would definitely go with the flat-packers team!