٭٭٭ No Man Walks Alone - Official Affiliate Thread ٭٭٭

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, Aug 15, 2013.

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  1. sood

    sood Senior member

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    I've to find an effective way to temporarily archive clothes from previous seasons. If someone has ideas, please share.
     


  2. gdl203

    gdl203 Affiliate Vendor Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    You mean off-site? There are services that bring you plastic crates that you can fill and they take them away to storage. You can then call/use an app to have them drop off any of the boxes later on.
     


  3. sood

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    not necessarily off-site but I don't want to clutter (as per my wife, the appropriate word if stuffocation) my wardrobe.

    Essentially a robust mechanism to rotate clothes within a season (for sake of simplicity, let's assume there are two seasons) where each item gets a chance but without overcrowding. i don't know if this makes any sense!
     


  4. gdl203

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    Yeah. I personally use some of those plastic crates that snap shut and fold the off-season stuff in it, and put it down in our cellar storage. I switch everything up when the seasons have turned.
     


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    I have huge tuperware crates that I keep under my bed, but since I recently moved in with my girlfriend we have doubled our clothing and halved our closet space, oops. I'm working on the logistics of this too atm as the season is about to turn....
     


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    To add to this, throw some cedar in there. Box smells great when you open it, instead of smelling like plastic.
     


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    what's a good place to get them?
     


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    Container store has lots of options and will solve your problem !!
     


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    I purchased all of my storage containers at the Container Store.
     


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