Having a walk-in closet where everything is colour coded and packed neatly in its corresponding corner sounds like a celebrity dream. Throw in a computer system that helps you search for clothing items and match them to shoes or jewellery and you might as well be a character in the movie Clueless.
If people like Victoria Beckham can live like this why can’t you? An organised wardrobe space doesn’t have to be costly if you think outside of the box.
Whether you’re looking to switch things up for the season, introduce some structure into your life or simply get into a less chaotic routine, your wardrobe is always a good place to start. Here are some clever hacks to help you along.
1. Get rid of unwanted clothing
The key to an organised wardrobe is the ability to let go. If you haven’t worn something for more than a year and it holds no sentimental value, you should probably get rid of it. Here are some questions you should ask yourself to help you decide what to get rid of and what to keep:
2. Folding is an essential part of organising your wardrobe
Ever feel like even though you fold your clothes “neatly”, they take up too much space and clutter your cupboard? Learn the art of folding and packing t-shirts.
3. No more stains on your clothes
Stains on clean clothes can feel like a cringe-worthy memory that never goes away. Perhaps you have a favourite clothing item that suffered a red wine spill and you can’t bring yourself to get rid of it. Here are some useful tips on getting rid of clothing stains so they don’t become a blemish in your wardrobe.