You're not the only one who has to breathe you know. Your precious dry-cleaned clothes, like this Theory Satin Bubble Skirt ($265), also need to exhale once in a while. After your dry-clean run, bring your clean beauties home, and treat them right.
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Your dry-cleaned clothes come in a suffocating plastic bag. After living in it for days, they need some air. Remove the plastic bag as soon as you get home, so moths don't flock to them. If you're not comfortable with them hanging naked, opt for a Cotton Garment Bag ($16–$20); they'll protect your clothes without putting them in a sauna-like environment. Frequent travelers should save the plastic bag and hang wrinkle-prone clothes in there when on the road; it will prevent clothes from getting ugly creases.