Cut down the time on getting ready, increase space, decrease the clutter, and make your space beautiful with these tips!
STEP 1: Declutter/Pair Down.
Sort through all clothing and decide:
Have you worn it in the past 6 months?
Do they fit?
Are they weathered?
Are they in style?
Is it sentimental?
Create sections, clothing that you are keeping, selling, donating, trashing, and may be sentimental.
STEP 2: Categorize.
Categorizing decreases the amount of time that it takes to get ready or put away clothing, creates more space, looks great, and creates a system that will last. Some categories in your drawers can be long/short sleeve shirts, sweatpants, leggings, pajamas, socks, undergarments, stockings. Some categories in closets can be dresses, jeans, slacks, sweaters, jackets, suits, long/short sleeve shirts.
STEP 3: Maximize Space:
STEP 4: Organize:
Place everything back into drawers. Fold clothing by category, neatly into drawers and use drawer dividers to keep them in line. I prefer clear dividers but there are many different styles. Then, place everything neatly back in your wardrobe closet by category. Use uniform hangers for a clean look. You can use wooden hangers, velvet hangers, or plastic hangers. Do not forget to purchase hangers for pants/skirts and it is best to order more hangers than not enough!
Here are some of my favorite products that I like to use:
STEP 5: Label: