Wednesday, October 14, 2009

TOTW: Storing Boots

Hello! I'm back after having a wonderful time with my mum visiting us here in the UK. We went sightseeing in Oxford, relaxed at a spa, then had afternoon tea in the Cotswolds and finished the visit with a trip to Windsor Castle... all in 5 days! More on the Windsor Castle visit later.

For now, here is the TOTW - Tip of the Week: Storing Boots.

When not wearing boots, try not to let them flop over, it will make creases in the leather or suede and will generally distort the shape. You can of course buy boot shapers, but the easiest and cheapest way to store them upright is with a rolled up glossy magazine per boot.

Newspapers work too, but I find with magazines that the keep the shape better. And when you need to wear a pair of boots, just pop their magazines inside another rolled up magazine of one of the other pairs of boots - they can easily double up, like this...


How or where do you store your boots?

I'll be back at the weekend with a longer post!
x

4 comments:

Florence and Mary said...

I'm dreadful at looking after my boots although have got better! I have 2 pairs of heeled boots which are still stored in their boxes! My slouchy weekend ones though are thrown at the bottom of my wardrobe and don't even ask how I treat my UGG boots!!

Victoria xx

Ivy said...

What a clever idea!
Your such a smart, smart lady!:)

serendipitylovesnewyork said...

Hi,thanks for the welcome back! What a great idea, I certainly have plenty of magazines lying around, hubby will be pleased they CAN be put to good use :) x

This Home Sweet Home said...

Great idea, I tend to use scrunched up newspaper, but this looks much neater!

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