These Velvet Hangers Will Upgrade The Life Of Your Clothes

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Masha Berman Contributor
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Let’s be real, not all hangers were created equal. Some are super thin, low quality, and extremely breakable. And for someone who loves and values her clothes, I can’t have that be the case for my closet. They just do not treat my pieces well. Which is why I am so in love with Amazon Basics Velvet Hangers.

Normally $15, this 30-pack of hangers is 7 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $15, this 30-pack of hangers is 7 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

AmazonBasics Velvet Suit Hangers, 30-Pack, Ivory/Beige on sale for $13.99

First, you can tell how high of quality they are from first touch. The velvet provides a soft, yet durable surface for your clothes to hang on. There are also notched shoulders in each hanger to prevent slipping (there is nothing more annoying than what your shirts and dresses keep falling on the floor because the hanger can’t hold it up properly, right?). The design of the hangers can hold up to ten pounds, so you can be liberated to buy that incredibly heavy coat and hang it without worry.

And the best part is that they’re incredibly affordable. A 30-pack of these hangers is on sale right now on Amazon for only $13.99! If you have a Prime membership, you’ll receive free shipping in a guaranteed two days. The hangers come in three different color options, beige, gray, and black. There are also sizing options if you’re looking for more; you can get a 50 or 100 pack.

I swear by these hangers and they are the only ones I’ll allow in my closet.

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Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

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Masha Berman