Swapping out seasonal clothing is more than just moving things around in your closet. We all know it’s more complicated than that. For those of us who live in colder climates during the winter months, we have a whole range of clothing that need special care. In order to make this all easy, I’m giving you some steps to follow.
Please note this is a sponsored review through One2One Network and P&G. My tips and opinions are my own and were not influenced in any way.
When you changing out your clothes, it’s a GREAT time to try everything on and see what really fits. Yes, this is time consuming, but there is no reason to move clothing around and use valuable storage space for things that don’t fit anymore!
If you’ve been putting off having something tailored or repaired, now is the time. Put the item in your car so you can drop it off this week!
Clothing that is out of season and that is being stored needs special care too. I suggest storing clothing in clear totes that protect from temperature fluctuations. Rolling totes are easier to move around. Clear totes make the contents easy to see. I suggest adding a sheet or two of Bounce so things stay smelling fresh.
Once you’ve decided what is headed to your closet, it’s important to clean it well. Chances are a few months unworn and being stored in a storage area of your home have left it smelling not so fresh. Items may even be dirty.
Use a trusted favorite like Tide to clean your clothes thoroughly and then use a fabric softener like Downy for softness and to leave things smelling fresh and amazing. My favorite scent is Spring Lavender.
When swapping out clothing, don’t forget to purge, clean and properly store accessories such as scarves, shoes and tights. A little care for your clothes goes a long way in keeping them in good condition and wearable for as long as you want to have them hanging in your closet.
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