Happy Tuesday friends! If there’s one thing I’ve learned with my frugal shopping habit over the years, it’s that you can still buy on the lower end as far as price, as long as you take good care of those pieces. Today I wanted to share 5 things that you need to help keep your wardrobe looking fresh, new and put together.
5 Things You NEED to Keep Your Wardrobe Looking Like a Million Bucks
- Lint Roller
First is a no brainer. Even if you don’t have pets at home, dust, lint, etc. can build up on your clothes, especially darker colors so it’s great to have a lint roller on hand. I have one in my car and at home.
- Fuzz Buster (Sweater Shaver)
I’ve always called this a fuzz buster, but I think sweater shaver is a more common term. It shaves off the pilling on your favorite sweaters or coats, especially in the underarm area. This is also great to use on furniture!
More often than not, when I purchase new clothing, it’s going to have some sort of wrinkles or lines in it from shipping. A steamer is a great way to get those out, even when the washer/dryer cannot. This is also great to refresh your clothes right before wearing if your closet becomes a little too compact and causes wrinkles that way.
- Fabric Wrinkle Spray
When you don’t have easy access to a steamer, a quick trick is to use a wrinkle release spray. It also gives your clothing a nice, fresh smell.
- Static Spray
Living in the midwest, static is ALWAYS an issue, especially in the winter months. I try to avoid certain fabrics that are prone to static in the winter because it’s such a pain, but a static spray works wonders for those stubborn ones.
BONUS: Boot Sprays – Waterproof Sealant and Cleaner
This isn’t something you need year round, but worth mentioning. A boot cleaner and protectant are great to have on hand in the winter months when salt and wet mushy snow can soak into your boots causing them to wear faster.
That’s everything! I keep all of these in one area near my clothing so I have easy access and can use them right before running out to door.
Do you have any favorite items that you use to keep your clothing items/accessories looking like a million bucks? Share them in the comments below.