Closet Notes

Having your wardrobe and your closet organized is crucial to successful dressing.  On this page, I will seasonally update you on the what, where, how and who for your closet.

In the meantime, it’s the season to get clean out and organize for Fall/Winter.  If you would like help, cleaning out and organizing your closet, and creating a list of what you need to create a fabulous working wardrobe, email me at rebecca@lesegoistes.com.

Start cleaning out and organizing your closet for the coming season . Here are some tips:

Start a pile for spring items to consign. Go to your neighborhood consignment shop. For young, current and trendy go to Buffalo Exchange, Red Light or Crossroads.

Dry Clean all your coats and wools. Get them ready for the first chill. I suggest a french dry cleaner or organic dry cleaner.

Pick up some les Egoistes products to effectively store your pieces for longevity.

SEA |

Anges French Cleaners | 2000 9th Avenue | Seattle WA | 98121

Barqs French Cleaners | 2400 Queen Anne Ave N | Seattle WA | 98109

NYC & Brooklyn |

Natural Cleaners | 850 Manhattan Avenue | Brooklyn, NY | 10022

Meurice Dry Cleaners | For leather and anything you are worried about

Get your winter boots and shoes ready for the season by dropping them off at your local cobbler and zip soling the bottom, polish and weather protecting them. Often cobblers have a several week turn around. Get them dropped off now. My favorite in Seattle is Ramutas located at 609 Stewart Street, Seattle WA 98101.

Oh I love tailors and my favorite tailor in SEA is Superb Custom Tailors on Galer in Queen Anne. They are worth every penny.

Comments

  1. This has been a great, timely series; thanks so much! Delighted to know I have many of these items in my closet but never thought of skinny jeans as an option for my legs before! Will certainly venture out…

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