Do you rotate your clothes seasonally? Or are you like me, and just keep everything out year-round?
Now that it’s officially Spring, it’s (finally!) acceptable to break out your warm weather wardrobe – in your closet, at least. Storing your winter clothes well means they’ll last longer and you’ll save money in the long run.
To make sure your clothes are as gorgeous coming out of storage as they were going in, follow our four tips:
1. Fresh Start
Any residue left on your clothes can stain and set after several months in storage. Wash your clothes as you usually would before storing them. Insects are also less attracted to clean clothes – it’s a win-win!
2. Smart Storage
Plastic storage containers prevent bugs, but they are subject to dampness and can actually suffocate your clothes. Cardboard lets your clothes breathe, but can attract bugs. The best option? Acid-free storage boxes. Even better – save space and money by using an unused suitcase and line it with…
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