As the seasons change and summer transitions into fall and winter, it’s time to start thinking about your summer clothes storage. Learning how to store summer clothes is key to keeping them from fading, getting nibbled on by pests, or falling prey to mold and mildew.
Jeans are a staple in most people’s wardrobe. Once upon a time, they were a fashion faux pas for any dressy casual event, but that’s changing thanks to different styles, washes, and fits. Today, jeans are often considered dressy casual based on how you wear them and what you wear them with. While they aren’t necessarily appropriate for every occasion, you can get away with wearing them more often than you think.
Let’s face it—you’re busy. We’re living in a fast-paced society, and you might find yourself going from work to dinner with friends on the weekdays, and hopping around weddings and graduation parties on the weekends, especially throughout the summer. It’s hard enough to keep up with that kind of schedule, but the last thing you should be stressed over is what to wear.