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Moving from Winter to Spring: the Ins and Outs of Storage

Millie Kwan - Monday, March 05, 2012

After a long slumber, your spring and summer clothes will need to be awakened and taken out of storage. Warmer clothing, such as long skirts and heavy jackets can be safely tucked away to make room for the less-inhibiting light fabrics of spring.   Read More >>

Cashmere Clothing Care

Millie Kwan - Monday, February 20, 2012

Cashmere is a fiber made from the wool of cashmere goats. It is soft and light with excellent insulation. However, these fibers also have a fine texture and are easily damaged. Cashmere clothing therefore requires additional care to keep it looking its best.  Read More >>

The Twelve Holiday Parties: Holiday Spills and Splashes (Part III)

Millie Kwan - Tuesday, December 13, 2011

treating milk stains on velvetAfter the seventh holiday party, my cousin said to me, “My suede outfit got soaked in the rain.” How do I handle soaked suede?  Read More >>

The Twelve Holiday Parties: Holiday Spills and Splashes (Part II)

Millie Kwan - Tuesday, December 06, 2011

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The Twelve Holiday Parties: Holiday Spills and Splashes

Millie Kwan - Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Are you partied-out this holiday season? Have your finest party items endured as well? Even the heartiest holiday reveler must pause to deal with an occasional party mishap or clothing care decision. Take heed of these clothing care tips and chances are you’ll be ready to ring in the New Year!   Read More >>

How do you remove stains caused by cough syrup and other medicines?

Millie Kwan - Thursday, November 17, 2011

baby taking cough syrupYou’re sick with a cough or cold, but you have to go to work because those office deadlines won’t wait. Or you cut yourself and need some first aid. Then you spill cough syrup, topical ointment, or cream on one of your favorite outfits. Here’s a quick fix until you can get the garment to the dry cleaner or home to wash: blot as much of the stain as possible with an absorbent cloth or paper towel.  Read More >>


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