This week over on my YouTube channel I wanted to show you all how to wash cashmere at home, but […]
I am a steaming wiz, a unique trait to be proud of – I know. If I ever started a gang, it would be a steamer gang.
Because we wear our shoes for long periods of time, experience different heat levels, sweat into them, get dirt on them, we get them wet – then if we have a shoe closet or closed in area for our shoes, we pop them away.
I’ve always been under the mindset that you shouldn’t buy an item if you won’t be able to care for it, or the care for it will be too expensive for the items use. What I notice more often than not these days though is that brands are using the ‘Dry Clean Only’ tag as more of a precaution rather than giving you proper cleaning instructions.
Denim jackets are one of the best light-weight jacket options for men’s and women’s summer wardrobes. Sometimes they can take a little breaking in to get that effortless look and if regular washing just isn’t doing the trick – I’ve got
Knowing how to wash your clothing isn’t as easy as it used to be, with new washing machines and a variety of solutions, fabrics and methods, it can really make you sweat. And because effortless bitches don’t sweat over anything other than a good sale, I’m here to show you the ropes.
Pizza? Yes. Donuts? Yes. Carbonara? Yes.
If your jeans are intentionally faded, fabulous! But most of the time, we buy a great pair of jeans and it’s not long until our lovely denim duds have faded so much that we feel a little ripped off.
If you live in a city area, you may have clothing dry-cleaned more often than you’d like and the money you spend on it per month is probably a sum you’d rather not think about.
We can’t all be perfect. Sometimes when we’re in need of a pick-me-up we’re in such a rush to feel that satisfaction that chocolate brings that we get chocolate all over our bold lips, manicured fingernails and amazing outfits.
Every time you fail to waterproof your suede shoes, an Effortless Bitches hope dies.
When we buy our jeans from the store, we try them on, twirl around in them, check our backsides, do the sit test and finally, hopefully, make a decision that they’re the winning pair. With all that fuss, only months later, you’ve got saggy jeans that look years old, have faded significantly and you don’t know why, but I do.