Literally, Pack Up Your Clothes and Go

It’s the idea of my son starting his second year of college and the impending move that is having me love this patented garment carrier. The Clothes and Go allows you to easily carry clothes on hangers like no other carrier, box or piece of luggage can. Simply lay it on a wide surface (bed or floor), plop down the clothes right from their hangers, secure, close and go.

The Clothes and GO is a way to keep clothes on hangers while moving them, saving much of the folding and unfolding effort (because goodness knows that my son is not so talented at folding his clothes!). A team of two moms invented this product after moving six kids in and out of college. They know what they’re taking about! This is such a better solution for moving clothes than moving boxes, wardrobe boxes or suitcases.  And, I’m thinking that this little invention would have been great for my neighbors who just downsized to a smaller house a couple of miles away. Who needs an awkward, expensive wardrobe box for that? Or it’s perfect for car trips too. So much easier than packing. And the shoulder strap makes the Clothes and Go easy to carry.

After we move my son into his room, I will suggest that he use this as storage in which to keep his out-of-season clothing since we know that in Madison, he will be wearing shorts and tees for the first three weeks and sweaters and jackets shortly after.

You can get the Clothes and Go directly from the website, from Amazon or even from DormCo.com for about $19.99.

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