Is there a secret to storing camisoles?
Sadly, no. And we'd know: The average Lucky staffer has more than 20 of them. But we have found some tricks to keep them unwrinkled—and avoid having them totally colonize our closets.
"I use a hanger that was designed to hold a dozen or so belts, and I hang my camisoles off the hooks by their straps. It saves loads of space."
—Hope Greenberg, fashion director
"I still store mine in a drawer, but I roll them first—it keeps them pretty wrinkle-free and it makes it easy to find what I want."
—Lynette Pone, senior market editor
"I put my camis on plastic hangers with notches in them so they won't slip off. But my real secret is that I hang short-sleeve or long-sleeve tops of the same color over them—that way they don't snag on each other in the closet."
—Gigi Guerra, editor at large
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