Multiple types of hangers for different clothing styles

Views:
 
     
 

Presentation Description

Here, in this blog we will look at all multiple types, including which hangers you need for everything from belts to lingerie to suits.

Comments

Presentation Transcript

Multiple types of hangers for different clothing styles :

Multiple types of hangers for different clothing styles Here, in this blog we will look at all multiple types, including which hangers you need for everything from belts to lingerie to suits.

Slide2:

Chiefly, each  hanger  uses multiple materials and construction to care your valuable clothing without causing wrinkles, tears, or unwanted stretching. You need to choose the right type of hanger to keep your clothing looking fresh and new no matter how long it’s been in the closet. But it can be confusing to navigate the nuances of each type of clothes hanger. In this blog, we will look at all types, including which hangers you need for everything from belts to lingerie to suits. We’ll also explore the pros, cons, and features you should consider before buying new hangers. Once you know the ins and outs of all the multiple hanger types, you will be ready to organize the closet more effectively without ruining your wardrobe

Multiple varieties of hangers :

Multiple varieties of hangers Wooden hangers

Slide4:

Wooden  hangers  are more durable than all other types of clothes hangers and tend to look appealing in your wardrobe. Different varieties of wood lend a unique look to your closet, but the benefits of hangers go beyond aesthetics. Wooden hangers  are usually wide and hold their shape, meaning they won’t make your clothes drop in the floor. Moreover, they last a long time no snapping like plastic hangers or sagging like thin wire ones and can potentially save you cash over the long term. Depending on the type of wood, such as cedar, your wooden hangers can even have pest repellent properties.

Slide5:

Pros :                            Wooden hangers do not sag. Balanced and prevent clothes from being stretched. Last a long time. Cons:       Are often more expensive than all other hanger types.

Slide6:

Plastic hangers Plastic hangers  are one of the most common types of  hangers.  Most People prefer them because they are relatively cheap and easy available. Plastic hangers also come in many sizes, including smaller widths for infant and children’s clothing, and a large variety of colors.

Slide7:

Tubular hangers Most plastic  hangers  are tubular, but there are different types of hangers which use plastic. For example, retail stores use thick and heavy plastic hangers with a wire hook at the top. Denser plastic hangers with wire hooks are often more durable compared to tubular options, but they are also less visually appealing. You can also find plastic hangers in smooth or notched designs. Flat designs are ideal for shirts while notched options help keep thin straps in place while dresses and tops hang in the closet. The downside to plastic is that they can lose their shape over time, dragging your clothing down with them. These hangers are suitable for multiple Shoppers on a budget, those looking for different colour options, or hangers that work with varied clothing sizes

Slide8:

Pros:       Cheap and easy to find Various sizes and multiple colors available uneven or smooth designs suits multiple types of clothing Cons: Tubular plastic hangers can lose their shape Thicker plastic hangers are not aesthetically appealing.

Slide9:

Velvet hangers Velvet  hangers  are the easiest way to hang delicate clothing items without damaging them. The only attention with velvet hangers is to ensure your clothing items are dry before hanging. If they remain wet, the colour of the velvet can transfer to your clothes. Velvet hangers  are available in limited varieties, some with clips to hang skirts and pants and others with notches to hang delicate dresses and thin-strap tops. Many colours are available, too, which allows you to customize the look of your closet.

Slide10:

Pros : Aesthetically appealing Won’t damage delicate clothing Keeps slippery fabrics from sliding off Cons: Can transfer colour to wet clothing.

Metal hangers   :

Metal hangers   Metal hangers  vary widely because they are often custom-made and serve as art pieces. Many wire hangers are iron or copper, and very thick. Wire hangers won’t warp or contort with heavy clothing items, and they won’t stretch out your clothes, either. These hangers are suitable for heavier clothing such as jackets and winter wear and also also perfect for “designer” closets. Pros: Resist warping Artistic appeal Cons: Can be expensive Much heavier than other types of hangers

Wire hangers                 :

Wire hangers                  Often, wire  hangers  helps in dry cleaning shops because they are inexpensive and easy to find. Dry cleaning professionals send customers home their clothes with these hangers, and hotels often use them in room closets. You can have some in your closet already, but you’ve likely noticed that wire hangers tend to lose their shape over time. These hangers are best for Ultra-lightweight clothing items and temporary hanging/transportation of clothes. Pros: Cheap Easy to find/replace Other uses beyond hanging clothing Cons: Lose their shape causing clothing to stretch Can’t hold thin straps/wide tops

Scarf Hangers :

Scarf Hangers To organize your scarf collections, you need  scarf hangers  with individual loops to contain each item. Whether you have heavy-weight winter scarves or lightweight silk ones, there’s a scarf hanger option perfect for each one. Most of the scarf hangers will have velvet or silk covering the wood, metal, or plastic material of the hanger. You can preserve your scarves until you’re ready to wear them again, with this fabric covering. Untie your scarf, smooth it out, and then hang on a scarf-specific hanger.

Belt Hangers     :

Belt Hangers      If you own multiple belts, you know how frustrating it is to never be able to find the one you want, when you want it. Belt  hangers  eliminate those struggles, keeping all your belts organized and easy to find when you need them. Belt hangers  vary in style, with some hanging the belts by their buckles and others using a rack to loop the belts over. Most of the belt hangers are metal or plastic, but some feature rubber coating or velvet non-slip fabric to keep belts in place. Moreover, consider the style of belt you wear often and choose the right hanger to suit your collection.

Tie Hangers :

Tie Hangers Storing ties can prove complicated, but there are two excellent ways to keep your closet tidy while ensuring your ties are ready for the next wear. First, you should untie them before storage to keep them wrinkle-free. Rolling is an option for tie storage while using a tie  hanger  is another. Tie hangers are a helpful addition to your wardrobe, especially if you have more ties than you can wear during the workweek. Tie and belt hangers both are common, with fabric-covered racks or hooks holding each item. Many hangers allow you to store multiple ties (or belts) on one rack, eliminating the need for numerous bulky hangers in your closet. Instead of shoving your ties into a drawer, you can hang them freely and ensure they remain in pristine condition for your next formal event.

Lingerie Hangers :

Lingerie Hangers Lingerie hangers  can be challenging due to the slippery nature of the fabric. At the same time, narrow straps can make it challenging to hang undergarments without them falling off the hanger. The solution for lingerie hangers lies in silk, velvet, or fabric wrapping. With fabric coverings, you ensure your lingerie remains in good condition, but the friction maintains a grip on the clothing item so it can’t slip off the hanger.

authorStream Live Help