It may seem like a far off dream to finally get to open your wardrobe cupboard and feel welcomed by the ultimate organisation rather than have to dig through untidy piles of creased clothing. However, with something of a plan and a little bit of ongoing effort, you will be able to finally reach the goal of organising your wardrobe and keeping it tidy. Before you start unpacking and refolding, you should consider the following top tips.
Out With The Old
There are definitely some items of clothing in your wardrobe that you probably won’t be wearing again. Rather than holding onto your outdated fashion items, you should pack them into a box and donate them to a charity. You will find that once you have gotten rid of all the items you haven’t worn for years, you will finally have enough space to keep your closet space organised. To establish which clothing items you should pack up and ship off, you should take a day to empty your wardrobe completely and sort your clothing into different categories; clothes you haven’t worn in years, clothing that is too small or too big, and clothing that you wear regularly. You should also create a category pile of clothing that you are somewhat uncertain of.
Organise By Colour
The best method of creating an organisation for your wardrobe is to organise by colour, type, and occasion. This means your winter jackets should be hanging in such an order from formal to casual and in colour order. Next, your collection of dresses should be organised by the same principle. This will help you easily find items to coordinate when dressing for any event. When it comes to the packing area of your closet, it is best to organise your casual t shirts, you should organise according to colour and pack plain t shirts away from printed t shirts. Therefore, your favourite customized t shirt will never again be lost in a pile of plain shirts.
Pack According To The Season
A simple way to let your closet become unorganised and overcrowded in a short space of time is to leave all your clothing in your closet rather than packing away winter clothing during summer. You should pack your winter clothing items into boxes and store them above your closet or wherever you find appropriate and only keep summer clothing in your closet until the seasons change. This will allow you maximum closet space and space is a key element of an organisation system. However, you should always leave a few winter items out during summer and vice versa to ensure you are always prepared for unpredictable weather regardless of the season.
If your closet is overflowing with clothing, you should consider installing additional storage space. Whether you install an extra hanging rail or opt for a chest of drawers to keep beside your wardrobe space, the more storage space you have available, the less likely your clothing will become messy and creased. There are tons of options available to add storage space to your wardrobe, from storage boxes to adding extra shelves.