Investing in a $8 clothing brush will pay dividends in the long run: It helps your clothes last longer and best of all: it will help lower your weekly dry cleaning bill.
Above: French company Andrée Jardin offer traditional handmade brushes for both clothes and shoes.
Above: The Redecker Compact Lint Brush is $7.95 from Crate and Barrel.
Above: The Deluxe Round Dauber by La Cordonnerie Anglaise for applying shoe polish cream is $9 from the Hanger Project. It’s available with a black or natural colored brush.
Above: A pair of Cedar Wood Shoe Trees is $24.95 from Kaufmann Mercantile.
Above: A La Cordonnerie Anglaise Leather Pocket Shoehorn is currently on sale for $19.50 (down from $32.50) from a Suitable Wardrobe.
Above: The Laundress Mesh Laundry Bags for washing delicates are $9.95 for a set of two from Crate and Barrel.
Above: The Ikea Bumerang Hanger is $3.99 for a pack of eight.
Above: Redecker Cedar Hanger Rings (thread onto your hanger hooks to repel moths) are $10 from Fellow Barber.
Above: Wool Dryer Balls (set of three) from Crate and Barrel are $19.95. The balls are free of chemicals, reduce static clothing, and make a great substitute for dryer sheet.
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