1. Metal hanger
Before putting on your favorite silk shirt or top, glide a metal clothing hanger through the inside of the item - the metal discharges the electricity, thereby removing the static. Got no metal hanger at home? Don't worry, you can also use another metal item!
2. Safety pin
Hiding a metal safety pin into the inside seam or pocket of your garment. The metal prevents that static electricity conducts by touching something - easy and nobody sees it!
3. Change your shoes
Do you like to wear leather shoes (for preference with a leather sole)? Treat yourself to a new pair of shoes! Wearing leather shoes will help you stay grounded while leather does not build-up electrical charge as easily as a rubber sole.
4. Washing fixes
If you want to preventively unload your clothes? Add during a machine wash a little bit of vinegar or a small tin foil ball into the washing machine. Caution; don't add tin foil into the dryer and don't use vinegar with bleach - a dangerous gas may occur.
5. Fabric softener
Use fabric softer to your wash - it's gives a fine fragrance to your clothes and feels soft - fabric softeners contain chemicals designed to stop electricity from building.