By Erika Owen
June 29, 2015
Credit: Courtesy of Shelfpack

The ShelfPack—a suitcase that evolves into a portable dresser—has real potential for travelers in need of a little organization away from home. While it may not be carry-on material, the suitcase pulls out into a series of collapsible shelves, meaning you can pack your clothing without having to worry about wrinkles or completely ruining your packing situation while on the search for one specific shirt.

The next-level packing gear measures in the same size as your regular suitcase and comes equipped with four built-in shelves and three outer pocket compartments perfect for toiletries. The entire contraption is based off of a series of retractable supports. When the suitcase is in transit, the shelves drop into the case's body. When you're ready to set up the dresser, the support poles pull out and lock into place giving you a clean, organized look at your entire travel wardrobe. Watch it in action:

If this sounds like your kind of thing, head over to the ShelfPack website for more information on how to get your own.

Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.