- Coordinating pairs can be hung with the jackets, blouses, tops, or vests on the main part of the hanger on top and the matching pants or skirt below. This will keep ensembles together and allow you to put on outfits that have been prematched.
- Notched hanger: a hanger with notches cut into it prevents shoulder straps from slipping off. You can use it for dresses, silk blouses, and anything that hangs from a thin strap. Read the rest of this entry »
To properly hang your clothes in your closet, you’ll need to learn the anatomy of a hanger. Simply put, there are specific hangers that hang certain pieces of clothing in a proper way to ensure their safe storage and to maximize their appearance when you wear them.
No one wants to wear a dress with distorted shoulders or a pair of pants with lines in the wrong places. If you always use the right hanger, your clothes will always be hung properly and you’ll always look your best. Read the rest of this entry »
7. Honor the breathing room of thy clothing. While you want to hang as much as possible, leave enough space between each garment so that they’re not crammed together in your closet.
Cramming causes wrinkling and makes you look like you slept in your best suit. No one wants to wear a shirt that has been so tightly jammed into a closet that its neighbor’s shape is imprinted on its back. If you leave adequate space, it will keep your garments looking neater and pressed and help you better see what you have to wear. Read the rest of this entry »
4. Thou shalt have matching hangers. A hodgepodge of different hangers made from varying materials will make your closet look sloppy and prevent your clothes from hanging properly. The tangled, jumbled mess cramps anyone’s style and pulls your eye away from the clothing. Read the rest of this entry »