To me, the key to a fantastic outfit are normally the things you wouldn’t think about. And considering it’s been awhile, I thought I’d share some wardrobe tips and hacks with you. Here are five tricks I’ve used that have changed my outfits and life. I hope these hacks will help you with living more fashionably and more sustainably!
I’ll be honest. When I wear dresses or skirts, I always wear shorts underneath. And as weird as it sounds, I’ve always had this fear that if the wind takes flight of my outfit, that I’d be covered, haha! Well, in college, I graduated to(aka bikers) and nude .
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Use the gentle cycle.
Get ready for one of my favorite wardrobe hacks! To keep your clothes looking newer and lasting longer, use the gentle cycle and wash using the cold water option. When I wash my clothes, I always wash them on the gentle cycle with cold water. Washing with cold water will help you to save more money on energy and releases less microfibers that can get into our waterways and oceans.
I take the extra step and put items like delicate pajamas into ato protect them even more so!
Two necklaces in one.
Another wardrobe hack you can do is to give one of your necklaces a second life by twisting each end in the opposite direction. This shortens the length and voila! You have a choker!
This hack works best with multi-layered beaded necklaces. I’ll update this post with an image of what I do with myto show you.
This is my favorite wardrobe hack I’ve learned myself! When you accidentally shrink your favorite top, rewash it (again, on the gentle cycle). While it’s still wet (this is key!), lay it down and stretch it out by pulling the sides, top/bottom, and diagonally. Then hang it to dry!
I’ve found this works best with cotton-made clothing. Personally, I mostly do this with my tees and jeans.
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And those are some of my wardrobe hacks I’ve been using to make my life easier, live more sustainably, and elevate my looks!
What’s your favorite wardrobe hack you’ve learned today?
Let me know in the comments if you learned anything new!
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