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10 Best Ways to Organize Your Wardrobe

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10 Best Ways to Organize Your Wardrobe

Are you fed up with the state of your wardrobe? Is your closet messy and unorganized, and you don’t know where to start? Maintaining an orderly wardrobe will always be an ongoing task, but there are some things you can do to ensure that you never spend more than 20 minutes rearranging your clothes again. You’ll still know the position of your favorite jacket, the precious pair of jeans, and your go-to work appraisal outfit.

Make use of Michaels Coupons to get up to 40 percent off on organizers and wardrobe-essentials. Follow these 10 simple tips to get your wardrobe organized for good with a great deal of fun.

1. Invest in Good & Matching Hangers

Using the same hanger in your wardrobe will do two things: first, it will add consistency to your display. Second, each object will also be given a ‘white canvas,’ so to speak, inviting clothing to shine on its own. Not only does the collection of matching hangers look aesthetically appealing, but it also means that the clothes fit neatly against each other, preserving precious space in your wardrobe. They’re made thin to save room, and the velvet stops objects from falling off the hanger, resulting in much less chaos and mess You can buy this color hanger from various online platforms like Hobby Lobby, Micheals, Joanne, etc.

2. Sort Hanging Clothes by Categories and Color

This is one of the best ideas to clean your wardrobe, and with good reason. Slacks, skirts, jeans, tops, jackets, and blouses should be sorted first by sleeve length and then by color. Separate the clothing into categories such as outerwear, skirts, dresses, tops, shoes, and underwear. Then sort through each item in a single category before moving to another one. When you open your wardrobe and it looks good, you’re going to get more inspired to keep it that way.

3. Empty and Clean Your Wardrobe

Remove everything from the wardrobe, including hangers, baskets, boxes, and everything else on the floor or on the shelves. When there are just a few stray safety pins left, dive in and give your closet a thorough cleaning. Vacuum the carpet, wipe down the racks, and clean any scuff marks or dirt from the walls with a dry cloth. Don’t forget about any baskets or bins that might be accumulating dirt or dust.

4. Try Selling Your Clothes

Starting to turn the clutter into cash is one of the most effective ways to reduce both mess and expenses. Decide which items are worthy of your time to sell after you’ve determined which can be donated, discarded or recycled. From consignment shops to online shops, there are over a hundred ways to sell your used clothing. Find a strategy that works for you and put together a bag of clothes to sell. As an added bonus, if you ever decide to sell your clothing, you’ll get a little extra cash to your pockets.

5. Utilize Empty Wall Space on shelves for Hanging Jewelry and Accessories

Do you have a few extra spaces on the wardrobe wall? Use this area to display accessories such as belts, watches, hats, and ties. Shower hooks are ideal for hanging purses on the hanger rack in your wardrobe. This approach prevents handles from being misshapen. Use over-the-door hooks, shoe bags, and multi-hook racks to carry freshly ironed outfits, ball cap sets, and heavy pieces like robes or coats that are worn on a regular basis. Alternatively, hang a pegboard on the front or back of a door to arrange small accessories like scarves, neckties, and belts with hooks.

6. Arrange Folded Items

When stacking folded clothing on shelves, start with the heaviest, bulkiest pieces at the bottom and work your way up. Arrange the garments by feature (workout clothes, casual tops, business or dressier tops, etc.) and then by color after they have been folded in a uniform manner (white to nude to bright colors to black). Drawer dividers are important for getting ready with a smile on your face and understanding when to do laundry. Roll your socks, tights, underwear, and belts to save room in the compartments to make it easier to see.

7. Buy a Detached Wardrobe Rack

If you just want to look like you have a typical wardrobe, a clothes rack (which can be found for as little as $9.99 at IKEA or Hobby Lobby will work. If your clothing rack is tiny, fill it strategically to make the most of your space. Using pop can tabs, you can double your hanging space. Slide the hook of the hanger through the top of the tab and hand a second hanger from the back.

8. Use the Space Under Your Bed

Shoes and handbags can be stored and protected in the space beneath your bed. It’s also a good place to keep heavy sweaters because hangers trigger unwanted strained shoulder marks. Use under-the-bed storage containers like rolling storage drawers, short plastic bins, and other small cardboard boxes. Many trendy options are available online, or you can use a longer bed skirt to conceal your storage drawers. There is no need to keep the shorts in front and center during winters similar to sweaters in summers. As a result, you’ll be able to store all of your seasonal items underneath the bed.

9. Display Your Denim (No folding needed)

Sometimes, particularly if you’re living in a small or unconventional space, closet organizing necessitates a little ingenuity on your part. You don’t need to think too far beyond the box. The clothing appears sleek and coordinated when several pairs are hung in a row, just like a department store show. All is visible and available. Plus, there’s no folding needed. Since these pieces are durable and thick, they won’t slump, crinkle, or lose their shape when stacked, making them ideal for your shelf space.

10. Organize Your Shoes

Glass clear containers, shoe boxes, or shoe racks can all be used to store shoes. Refrain from putting all of your shoes in one container or bucket. The shoes would become misshapen and scuffed if you do this. If you keep your shoes in boxes, tape a picture of the shoe on the front to make it easier to find. Metal shoe racks can be used to organize your wardrobe’s floor. Cloth shoe racks can be hung on the door of your closet or on the coat rack. Boots are difficult to store in a closet because they appear to tip over at the slightest provocation. Instead, a special boot organizer will fit five pairs of boots in the same “footprint” as one.

Stores like Hobby Lobby, Micheals, Joann, Ikea, etc have a range of coupons and discounts for home decor, furniture, decorations, candles, pillows, and much more. You will get a 40% discount on your order by using the Michaels coupons. And as for organizing your closet, take the aforementioned pointers into consideration and follow your instincts!



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