Spritz your nice clothes with linen spray right before you iron them. The water in the linen spray can help get out wrinkles, just like steam, and the fresh smell remains once the item's ironed, hung up and ready to wear. Extra tip: You can spray just about anything with linen spray, so don't conserve it for just sheets and towels. You can also spray clothes with linen spray before you go out or before you store them, but ironing gives the scent sticking power.
Store something fragrant in your dresser drawers to keep your tee-shirts, undergarments and casual clothes fresh smelling. Try wrapped bars of scented soap or scented candles, or go with the old standby -- a sachet. You can even use dried citrus peels, like lemon or orange.
Air out clothes if you plan to store them in your closet or dresser after a wear. Simply leave them out on your drying rack or clothes rack overnight and many stinky odors evaporate, so your laundry stays fresh. Give it the sniff test before you fold; if it stills smells, put the garment in the laundry and not in your drawer, to keep your clothes fresh.
Use cedar blocks or chips instead of moth balls to repel moths. You get the same anti-bug action, but your clothes stay sweet-smelling.