- 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 »
Don’t panic. The hang-versus-fold conundrum is easier to solve than you think. Certain pieces absolutely, positively, undoubtedly and always must be hung—coats, pants, dresses, suits, tailored shirts, silk blouses, gowns, and any article of clothing that is too bulky or too awkward to be folded or requires that its shape is best kept by being placed on a hanger. Read the rest of this entry »
If you find that you’ve followed all the tips given to maximize space in your closet—walk-in or reach-in—but still can’t store all that you own, you may want to invest in a custom wardrobe for your extras. The main incentive behind the custom wardrobe s specificity.
Whether the extra space you need is for storing accessories, sweaters, shoes, pants, or your sign cant other’s clothes, avoid the tang ed mess of your pack rat days. Storing your shoes ith your partner’s be ts is the first step toward reinstating closet chaos! Read the rest of this entry »