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Time Sensitive: Winter Coat Care 101




Greetings,


Were you feeling a little disgusted when you pulled out your coat at the start of the season?


Even though the season is almost over, the care for your winter essentials shouldn't be. As the winter chill starts to warm, it's crucial to give some extra love to your trusty winter coats. Here are quick and easy tips to ensure your winter wardrobe stays in  top-notch condition for winters to come:


1. Cleaning:

Keep your coats fresh by spot-cleaning stains promptly and dry cleaning as needed. Always follow the care instructions on the label to maintain fabric integrity.


2. Proper Storage:

When not in use, store your coats in a cool, dry place. Invest in breathable garment bags to protect them from dust, and add cedar sachets for a natural touch that keeps pests at bay.


3. Zipper and Button Check:

Before storing your coat away, inspect zippers and buttons for any signs of wear or damage. Addressing these issues early prevents further damage and is ready for the next season.


4. Pilling Prevention:

Combat the inevitable fuzz by using a fabric shaver or a lint roller. Gently remove any pilling to keep your coat looking as good as new.


5. Storage of Accessories:

Keep your scarves, gloves, and hats in a designated spot. This not only ensures you're winter-ready but also prevents your coat pockets from becoming an unintentional storage space.


With a little care, your winter coats can brave the cold year after year, all while keeping you snug and stylish. Stay warm and chic throughout the season!


Coats are a great place to start with managing your closet, but you shouldn’t stop there.  I offer closet evaluation styling services to help go through your entire wardrobe.  Click link to schedule your complimentary consultation.


Client Testimonial:


"I am waaaay overdue in giving a shout out to my AMAZING personal stylist Fathia Savory . She spent hours with me as we went through my closet one Saturday afternoon. She has an eye for fashion, but more importantly a skill for how to use one's color palette, body type, and style preferences to develop a wardrobe and accessories that can be interchanged or individualized. She is also a personal shopper, and has updated my wardrobe with items from Gap, Anne Taylor Loft, JCPenney, Banana Republic, the Limited, etc, as well as exchanged or returned items that did not fit." Check her out at FathiaSavory.com! You won't be disappointed👚👖 — with @FathiaSavory




Fashionably yours,


Fathia Savory


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