Now that most of us are spending our days at home, it’s time to turn your closet into a more organized space. Here are some tips to help you organize your wardrobe better.
Clear Your Wardrobe
Be merciless. If there are certain pieces of clothing that you haven’t worn for about a year, it’s unlikely you will wear them again, so get rid of them! And don’t hold on to sizes you don’t fit into anymore. Also, think about what would look nice on you. If you’re stuck at home right now, try your clothes on and get a friend’s view on it—tell them to be honest but loving!
Categorize And Organize
Place tops with tops, bags with bags, accessories with accessories, dresses with dresses, sweaters with sweaters, and so on.
Arrange Your Clothes Based On Color
Organize your clothes from left to right, based on the color. It’s a merchandising trick that usually helps the eye spot different colors easily.
Don’t Forget To Use Hangers
Use the same hangers throughout so your wardrobe looks aesthetically appealing. Lighter-colored hangers show off the clothes better.
Use Your Space Intelligently
If you don’t have a lot of space in your closet, it’s important to be all the more careful when organizing your closet. You may want to consider purchasing space-saving storage bags, and the like, to store items you don’t use often.
Stack Your Sweaters
If you don’t have a place for a full shelving system, consider buying a hanging cubby to stack them in. Go the extra mile by using a folding board to keep your knits neat and wrinkle-free.
Float Your Hats
Consider using a floating ledge or the top of a bookshelf to display your favorite hats. Hats that need to keep their form and shape should go on hat stands. Baseball caps or sun hats should be stacked one onto another. Other hats, such as Stetson, need to be stored upside down! You could categorize them by color, shape, style, and size to bring cohesion to your chapeaus.