What clothing labels do you remove? Which ones do you leave on even though you know you should remove them? On a related note, are there any clothing brands that you avoid because of itchy or annoying clothing labels?
While Kat recently rounded up white work tops for spring, we haven’t discussed keeping those tops white in quite a while. Before researching this post, my knowledge of how to keep whites white was limited to “wash them in the washing machine” (or more realistically, just don’t buy white shirts!), but to my surprise, there are many simple strategies to keep white … Read More about How to Keep White Blouses White
Sometimes dry cleaning will not remove smells or odors–but what then? We hunted for magic tricks to get smells out of dry clean only work clothes…
Days at the office can be incredibly long — made only longer by the fact that there are still chores, errands, and other life issues to be dealt with. We thought we’d start an open thread by listing some of the things that we do to save time on life tasks, and then see what … Read More about Looking for the 25th Hour? Our Top Time-Saving Strategies
2016 Update: Check out our latest discussion on how to care for dry clean only clothes! Today’s reader mail has to do with something near and dear to our hearts… It drives me crazy when everything is labeled ‘dry clean only’. For wool and fine fabrics, ok. But synthetic tops labeled d.c.o.? Please. Am I … Read More about Reader Mail: How seriously do you have to take the “dry clean only” warning?
Liking these posts? Follow Corporette on Twitter — this is the edited version of what we’re reading! (We also Tweet if we hear about a good sale.) – We’ve feared this for quite some time: the bodysuit is back. [Refinery 29] We like them when worn with a high-waisted skirt or pants, but otherwise: blech. … Read More about Weekly Roundup