How to Care for Clothing With Pleats or Ruffles
How to Clean Clothing With PoufsThe newest silhouette is the strong shoulder. But you’ll also see poufs in the billowy sleeves of a peasant blouse or the bubble hem of a party dress or skirt.
As long as the fabric is safe to wash, launder these garments by hand. But don’t soak the clothing for too long. “A dip and swish is all that’s needed,” says clothing expert Steve Boorstein. Gently squeeze out the excess water and stuff the sleeves or the puffed hem tightly with tissue paper (which doesn’t need to be acid-free, since it’s not being used for storage). This will help restore volume to the poufs as they dry.
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