Shimmy, shuffle, and shake in the Shift and Shout Ivory Shift Dress, because you know you look so good! Woven poly fabric shapes a rounded neckline atop a darted bodice with short sleeves. The shift silhouette falls into a flirty, leg-baring length. Exposed gold back zipper. As Seen On Kelsey of Kelsey Floyd!
White dresses speak elegance and class like no other. The color fits every occasion and makes you look stylish and graceful. As noble as a white dress may be, it's a color that reveals the slightest stains on the dress that ruin your plans and make you turn into something you did not want to wear.
To make your life easier, here are some foolproof methods to remove some of the most common stains from your white dress.
To remove a grass stain from your white dress, apply toothpaste to an old toothbrush, immerse it in clean water, scrub it on the stained area, and rinse. Laundry then as usual and the dress should shine as new.
To remove collar stains from white shirts, just rub some shampoo on it and rinse it off. Laundry as usual and the stain should be gone, as if he had never been there.
Sprinkle some talcum powder on the affected area, place a piece of cloth over it and iron the fabric. Remove the powder from your dress. The fat from the oil is absorbed by the powder and your dress stays as good as new.
These techniques are very easy to follow and do not require many items. Now you can remove some very common stains at home with your household items.