Ano stainless hanger x3
Ano stainless hanger x3
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Not even steel
Aiming to be a minimalist hanger that makes your precious clothes look even better
I've always loved clothes, so my closet is always full.
But if you look closely, you'll see that clothes you no longer wear are still hanging up. I wanted to display it in a cool and stylish way, just like the display at the fashionable shops that I admired when I was young.
First of all, I wanted to keep only the starting lineup clothes, so I said thank you and goodbye to the clothes that I don't see much use in. When I took them out of my closet, I found that they were all fast fashion items that I had bought just in time. I wondered if this was really the right thing to do...and parted ways in my mid-30s.
As a result, I decided to collect my own staple items that I can cherish and wear for a long time, and I still do.
A few years later, my closet is finally filled with my favorite items, albeit with fewer items. I am now a minimalist as well. However, there is something different from the fashionable scene I saw at that shop... Even though I've gathered quite a few good items, I wonder why they don't look stylish.
While thinking about this, I was wandering around the shop again and noticed that they had all the hangers .
A mishmash of colorful wire hangers and plastic hangers makes the clothes look cheap. no doubt.
Recommended for those with stainless steel salons instead of wooden or steel
The first thing I bought was a long-awaited wooden hanger. It was thick and made my clothes look great, but it was quite heavy. If the weight of the clothes is added to that, I'm a little worried about whether the rack will be okay. I had no choice but to let it go.
If you're looking for a lightweight one, it's an affordable plastic one, but it feels like it's disposable and I don't feel comfortable with it.
Then, I discovered a thin, light, and durable steel hanger.
However, there is a lot of glittering plated paint, and the fact that there are so many of them lined up gives the impression of being cheap. I've had rust come out from cracks in the paint, and I don't want to have to replace it because of that.
I spent a considerable amount of time doing this.
I happened to come across a stainless steel hanger at a secondhand clothing store.
In fact, it turns out that the famous restaurant that everyone knows is also using it. The slightly dull silver color of the material itself, not the paint, is cool. This is it!
I can finally get closer to the atmosphere of that shop I've always dreamed of. So, I named it that stainless steel hanger .
It's light, simple, and durable, so you can hang it even with heavy outerwear. If you use it for guests, you can also use it for a little hospitality. It's a small thing, but it leaves a surprising impression, so it's recommended for salons.
By the way, if you dry your laundry on stainless steel hangers, you can go straight to the closet once it's dry. Stainless steel is rust-resistant and seems to reduce one troublesome housework.
Also, be sure to listen for the ``clacking'' sound of hangers with no clothes on them hitting each other. It kind of feels like a shop, which makes me feel a little better.