Hangers have gone upscale: there are literally hundreds of different types of hangers, but the best ones keep it simple. Choose hangers that fit your specific wardrobe, not because they look or sound like something you should have.
You want hangers that actually fit your clothing. If you hang your overcoat on a child-sized hanger, the hanger cannot properly support the shoulders of your garment. The coat will wrinkle -- or worse, lose its shape. Skirt hangers can be used to hang pants, but you can't use pants hangers to hang skirts, unless you fold them over, which can cause wrinkles.
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With very few exceptions, belt hangers and organizers are also designed to hang and organize ties. More on ties below, but rest assured you can interchange any of these between the two.
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Blanket + Comforter Hangers
Get those bulky blankets and comforters out of the way on a hanger.
This hanger is big enough to store your blankets and comforters hanging in the closet.
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Children's Clothing Hangers
Kid's clothes are more narrow than adults so they get their own hangers.
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You've got a few options here depending on your style and the size of your closet.Continue to 5 of 11 below.
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I love this over the door hanger for hanging either in the bedroom or even better, in the entryway to store your everyday bags.
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These specially-designed slack hangers are great for grouping pants together.Continue to 9 of 11 below.
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Shirt, Blouse, and Button-Down Hangers
I like huggable hangers for people with small closets or lots and lots of clothes. However, if you plan on keeping an item of clothing for the long-haul, consider investing in a wooden hanger:
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