How to quickly put an outfit together.

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 Reaching into your closet, how many times have you asked yourself – Which pants look great with this top?  What else can I wear with this skirt?

imagesThere are a number of ways to address this problem.  One way is to hang your clothes together as outfits.  However, an item in one outfit may also work well in another outfit so it isn’t practical to hang all the variations together. In addition, most people end up hanging their clothes by category; pants with pants and shirts with shirts etc.

So, with a closet full of clothes, how can we quickly remember the different combinations that keep out outfits looking fresh and distinct?

Some people take pictures of their outfits and some use an app with their smart phone or computer to create a photo library.  But both of these methods take time and require you to look away from your clothes.

A better and quicker solution would be one that tells you instantly what matches while you glance through your wardrobe without needing to access something else to get the answer.  MyClothingHelper will do just that. matching skirt, blouse, sweater

Now, without having to hang your outfits together, and without referring to your smart phone, computer, or a photo booklet, you will know instantly how everything matches by just looking at your clothing.

 

 

How it works:

IMG_0732Using the 24 pack, place MyClothingHelper on the hangers of the items you want to match. The ribbon on MyClothingHelper is numbered 1-7.

Simply identify an outfit by labeling each item in the outfit with the same number. The 1s match with 1s, the 2s with 2s, etc.

For more great ideas on how to make the most out of your wardrobe click here.

 

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Reducing Water Consumption, A New Approach

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There are many ways you can use less water. Some of the most common are to cut back on lawn watering or washing cars, or to use more efficient appliances like washing machines, toilets, and showerheads. But one method has eluded us until recently: Saving water by reducing unnecessary clothes washing.

MyClothingHelper, a new product designed to track and manage wardrobe wear, helps to conserve water by preventing the washing of clothes that are still clean enough to wear again.

Say you decide that you can comfortably wear a pair of pants at least three times before washing them. You wear them once and hang them back in your closet. But a couple of weeks later, you’ve lost track of how many times you wore them and you end up washing them after only one wear. This extra cleaning not only represents wasted water, it can also damage your clothes and cost you money.

Every day, millions of people do more laundry than necessary because they can’t remember if their clothesare stillclean. When you’re not sure, the tendency is to fill up the hamper because, well, you’re washing anyway.

According to the EPA, the average family does seven wash loads per week. If by using MyClothingHelper the consumer saves two wash loads per month (50 to 75 gallons of water), billions of gallons per month can be saved when multiplied by 130 million households.

With MyClothingHelper, you clean only what needs to be cleaned and that means you only use the water you need. It’s an easy way to conserve water, protect your clothes, and save.

The MyClothingHelper Blog is dedicated to producing quality content on practical and fashionable living advice. If you liked this article, please take a minute to explore our website and visit the products page where you’ll find unique and helpful fashion products for sale.

How to Properly Hang and Care for Your Sweaters

There are two kinds of people in the world: the ones that fold their sweaters and the ones that hang their sweaters. Which category do you fall under? Personally, I’m a fan of both methods. My button-down sweaters go on a hanger and my regular sweaters get folded and put on my closet’s top shelf. Yet recently my “top shelf” sweaters have become quite an organizational headache.

Now that we’re deep into “sweater weather” territory, my carefully folded and stacked tower of sweaterslovingly admired in the summeris now routinely disrupted. And so I decided to find out once and for all how to properly hang a sweater. This video from eHow Presenter Rachel Yatuzis shows you in the most simplest terms, how to hang a sweater.


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Hanging a sweater also means you can use MyClothingHelper to further organize the clothes that hang in your closet. Use MyClothingHelper to tell you when the last time you wore your sweater or if it’s time to take it to the dry-cleaner. If you have several special care (dry clean or hand wash) sweaters, consider grouping them together on your closet bar as you would to color coordinate your clothes.

And for those sweaters that are too heavy to be hung? Check out these shelf dividers to prevent stacks from toppling over. Or use a shelf sweater bag that works like a shoe holder but is wider and deeper to accommodate sweaters.

Cold weather clothing may present more organizational issues but closet harmony is achievable. Learning how to properly hang sweaters and using organizing tools like MyClothingHelper will help keep your closet on the right track year-round.

The MyClothingHelper Blog is dedicated to producing quality content on practical and fashionable living advice. If you liked this article, please take a minute to explore our website and visit the products page where you’ll find unique and helpful fashion products for sale.