No need to be embarrassed if you are unsure about what garments you should be hanging up or folding. You would be surprised how many men neglect the basics. Here's a quick run through of what you need to know and whether your clothes belong on a rack or in a drawer.
HANG IT:Suits It is probably a good idea to invest in some decent hangers for your suits. Ones made from solid wood with a strong bar across the middle will work best. Make sure you avoid hanging your suit pants on any hanger with clips. your shirts is the best option. There are men who swear by hanging, and others who prefer to fold. This one has more to do with preference and the space you have available. Ties A creased, shabby looking tie can completely ruin an otherwise slick outfit. Ties should most certainly be hung on a tie rack to keep them firm, crisp and wrinkle free. your pants is to drape them over your hanger about a third of the way up the leg. This will keep the crease looking defined and avoid unnecessary wrinkles.
FOLD IT:T Shirts and Polo's Neatly folded T Shirts and Polo's will allow them to keep their style and shape for longer. They can reside happily in a drawer instead of on a hanger. Jumpers and Sweaters It is important to gently fold your jumpers and sweaters, especially those made with wool. Hanging such items will guarantee a loss of shape. Better to place them in a drawer or on a shelf. pyjamas, socks and boxers belong in a drawer and not on a hanger.
From the moment we became sponsor and official clothiers for the 2018 NSW Waratah's rugby team, we knew we couldn't expect to get the job done well by suiting them up by simply using our off the rack collection.
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