Shirts are a staple in any man’s wardrobe and whether you have standard white shirts for work or something a bit more stylish like Mens Farah Oxford Shirts from places like EJ Menswear you will want to ensure that they stay in tip top condition and crease free for as long as possible, because let’s be honest who really wants to spend their time ironing?
There are a number of ways in which you can store shirts and here a just few of them for you to take a look at:
Wardrobe – hanging your shirts in a wardrobe is probably the best way to ensure that they stay wrinkle free and fresh. Some people like to arrange them according to the type of shirt and others in colours. This very much depends on your own organisational preferences.
Shelving – in some cases folding your shirts neatly and placing them on shelving might be the best option for you. It is important that you fold and store your shirts as soon as you can after they have been ironed so you can help reduce the creases that can appear.
Drawers – if you don’t have a shelf available you can fold and store shirts in drawers that ensure they are kept fresh, the one downside to using a drawer is it is difficult to see every shirt and you could end up having to leaf through them all to find the one you want.