bySonu BohraJun 05, 2016 #FbTips 10 Likes
From fabric details to accurate instructions, the care label is an essential guide when I purchase an item. Caring for the garments in the right way will increase the longevity and keep it as good as new for as long as possible. Often times without proper care labels, colours will run onto other clothes while in the washing machine, or in fact some fabrics should not even be put in a traditional washer; instead they must be dry cleaned by a professional service – it’s always safest to check.
In general, I avoid buying jeans online, since the fit almost always disappoints me. So while trying them on in a trial room, I advise you to make sure to bend, squat and stretch your legs to avoid any uncomfortable faux pas. Needless to say, discard jeans that don't pass your test. I’m already regretting the resurgence of low-waist jeans.
To keep my jewellery sparkly clean and shiny, I make sure I clean each piece regularly. Everyday jewellery can look dull with makeup, soap and perfume splatters (which should ideally be avoided to protect the metal). The easiest way to clean your gold and silver jewellery is to take a piece of cotton and a small amount of toothpaste. Keep your ornaments in water for two minutes and then gently clean them with a tiny amount of toothpaste on the cotton or an earbud for those intricate pieces. Wash gently afterwards.
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