Twilight, True Blood, and Vampire Diaries are just three of the newest examples of how vampires refuse to go dustily into that good night. And they're also why I found myself researching and writing VampireSmarts ("The Question & Answer Game that makes learning about Vampires before dating them easy & fun!") and digging up some of the wildest information about vampires a few years ago.
While sticking to an all black wardrobe might be the easiest way to hide unsightly red stains, vampires cannot live in black alone. If you do happen to spill any of your liquid refreshment on your clothes, here are some handy tips on how to deal with the blotches.
Pomegranate or Cranberry Juice
First, saturate the stain with cool water. Next, combine 1 quart cool water, 1 tablespoon of white vinegar, and 1/2 teaspoon liquid detergent.
Let the garment (cape, velvet doublet, silk ascot, etc.) soak in the solution for 15 minutes before sluicing out with water. If the stain isn't exorcised, dab at it with rubbing alcohol and rinse again. Finally, put the garment through the laundry using cold water only.