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Common Sense Rules for Summertime Storage

Millie Kwan - Monday, April 09, 2012

garments stored in plastic boxesNow that winter is over, it’s time to store away all those winter clothes until next season. Follow these simple rules to keep your winter fashions looking good season after season.  Read More >>

Wear Scarves to Avoid Soiling the Collar

Millie Kwan - Tuesday, March 27, 2012

One of our recommendations for keeping coats, jackets and blazers in top condition is to wear scarves to avoid soiling the collar, especially for leather and suede coats. Below is a video "25 ways to wear a scarf in 4.5 minutes" from Wendyslookbook. Enjoy!   Read More >>

Removing ink stains from your clothing

Millie Kwan - Wednesday, March 14, 2012

 I tried using hairspray and water to get an ink stain out of my dress shirt. It removed the ink, but left a discolored mark where the ink used to be. What happened?   Read More >>

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 >>

Fur Clothing Care

Millie Kwan - Sunday, February 26, 2012

Fur clothing is made from animal hides that still have the hair attached. The most common types of fur clothing include fox, mink, sable, rabbit, chinchilla and seal. The presence of hair means that fur clothing requires special care.   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 >>


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