Temporary Solutions for Hanging Coats During a Party

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Where to hang the coats is something that every part host invariably has to deal with. Find out about temporary solutions for hanging coats during a party with help from a lifestyle expert in this free video clip.

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I'm Terri Ewing here as your lifestyle etiquette expert to talk to you about temporary solutions to hanging your coats for your guests at any type of party. Whether it's at a mansion or in your apartment. There's so many different ways that you effectively hang your guests coats. the classic way is a rolling rack. They range from $19 to $70 depending on your space and your preference. When you greet your guest you take their coats and hang them on the rolling rack. You can use a ticket, two sided ticket that you can purchase from an office store or a craft store and you give a ticket to your guest and you leave one with your coat. You can even make them. It's a very inexpensive touch. And it doesn't matter if it's informal or formal. If you are in an apartment setting you can always hang your coats in the shower stall. Just remove your shower curtain and hang your coats in there. It eliminates all the clutter, on the bed, or on the back of the chairs, because you're not going to have a lot of space and you want more space for your guests. Another way that you can hang your coats is to clear out your closet. The closet that's in the foyer or the front part of your apartment, clear that out, fold up all of your clothes, store them elsewhere, as well as any over the hook, the hooks that you have to go over your door. You can also put purses on there, or hats, or whatever. That would be the most effective way in an apartment. Today we learned a few simple techniques to hang your coats for your guests at any type of party that you have. Whether it be in an apartment or a mansion. I'm Terri Ewing today, your etiquette lifestyle expert.


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