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Store shirts properly

How do I store my shirt?

Many people still believe that a man's typical wardrobe consists of a maximum of two jeans, five shirts and a couple of t-shirts. Today's stylish man is no longer inferior to women when it comes to fashion. Trousers and shirts are piled high on top of the hangers. If this sounds familiar to you, we have a few tips on how you can make life easier for your clothes in the wardrobe and in return be rewarded with fresh and well-tended shirts on a daily basis.

If you want your business shirt to stay wrinkle-free for a long time after you have ironed it in the closet, it is best to completely button the button strip and hang it on a hanger. Non-iron shirts can also be folded in the closet because any wrinkles will smooth out after a short time when worn, but if you have an important appointment on your calendar in the morning and need a fresh and ironed shirt quickly, you prefer to hang your shirts and start the working day wrinkle-free.

White and dark shirts in particular have a magical attraction for lint. So if you do not want to show up at the next meeting with full hair, these should be stored separately from textiles with long fibers such as sweaters. Alternatively, shirts can also be turned “left” or stowed in a garment bag. For additional protection, leave a small space between the individual shirts in the closet. This way the shirts can “breathe” and remain free of creases and lint.