New Product Helps Women Organize and Maximize Their Wardrobes

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New "Wear You've Been" hanger tags allow women to keep track of where and when they wore a particular outfit and who saw it. Jot down a few notes on the card and put one "Wear You've Been" tag on each outfit. They will fit any hanger and have a special sticker to keep them secure. Come in packs of 15 for jut $12. http://www.WearYouveBeen.com

From blouses to ball gowns, women now have an efficient way to track when they wore their most special outfits and who saw them.

The Wear You’ve Been specially-designed hang tags fit any hanger. Just place one on each of the hangers of your favorite outfits and jot down a few notes. Women can keep track of the date, the occasion and the guests they have seen in each outfit.

“I was chatting with a friend at a Woman of the Year luncheon about memorable outfits, like St. John knits,” said creator Leslie A.M. Smith. “Keeping track of your expensive outfits makes sure you can wear them a lot—just not with the same group.”

It’s especially important if you are in the public eye, said Smith who has been a public relations consultant since 1994 and has held volunteer leadership positions in Long Beach, California.

“When I was president of the Junior League of Long Beach, it was always on my radar. Even though I was not wearing designer suits to meetings, I did not want to wear the same thing every month when the whole group met and I certainly did not want to wear the same dress to consecutive galas,” she said.

Whether you are a public speaker, a presenter, leader of a company or avid philanthropist, Smith said this simple tool helps keep your wardrobe and your image fresh and vibrant.

“If you are able to wear something as many as ten times, it’s time to donate it to your favorite charity’s thrift shop,” she advised.

The tags come in a packet of 15 for $12 and two packs for $20. Now available online at http://www.WearYouveBeen.com.

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