"Whilst I dress sharply for meetings, I always fly in sweatpants and slip on sneakers. Eight hours in an aluminum tube in tight shoes and slacks is no way to travel," says Moross.
When it comes to packing, it's worth it to invest in nice luggage. "I'm in love with my Rimowa," the CEO says. "Rolling your clothes will also not only help you fit more stuff into your bag, it will help reduce the wrinkles and folds when you get there."
If something does arrive wrinkled, there's an easy fix. "Put it on a hanger and hang it in your hotel bathroom with the door closed. Turn the shower temperature up to max and fill the room with steam. This should remove most of the wrinkles," he says.