Winter is here. The leaves are changing color and it’s little cooler outside in the evenings. It’s time to pull out that box of sweaters and clothing you packed away for the kind of weather that can give you the chills. We asked our customers and cleaning experts for tips on getting you wardrobe ready for fall. The answers may surprise you.
Get Ready For Winter
- Cool weather doesn’t mean you have to abandon your summer clothes altogether. Get creative. Think about how you can reinvent summer outfits for fall. For example, wear long sleeves with sleeveless summer dresses or under short sleeve shirts. The different textures and patterns can create a completely new look. Take time this month to create unique color palettes and inventive styles.
- Revive stored clothing! Clothes that have been stored awhile just don’t look, feel or smell the same. So, treat them to a clothing “spa day!” Take them to Flair Cleaners and let our professionals revive your clothing and bring it back to the quality you deserve.
- See something in your closet the you haven’t worn in a while? The clothes maybe perfectly fine, but no longer appeal to you. Sell them and use the money for the new fall and winter styles you want. The clothes you may not want anymore may be perfect for someone else.
- Shop at used clothing stores. Then have the clothes you find professionally cleaned at Flair to spruce them up.
- Take your suits and blazers for professional pressing. After a little professional care your clothes may surprise you.
- Break the rules. Sometimes the most refreshing outfits are the one’s you’re not supposed to wear. Who says you can’t wear white after Labor Day and that shorter skirts are not for the fall? Never forget that the clothes you choose are an expression of your personality. Pick your pattern, wear bold colors, and take time to play with your wardrobe.
- Be creative with your summer clothing and mashup summer and fall clothes as you please.
Most of all, be creative. You may be surprised at the different ways you find to extend your summer wardrobe and discover new styles from old looks.
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