Say goodbye to your messy wardrobe.
You may have tried to declutter your wardrobe, only for it to get messy just a few weeks later.
Organising your wardrobe may seem like one of the most difficult tasks for beginners to tackle. But with some patience and time, it will be much easier for you to find the pieces you want to wear.
Here are some tips that will help you organise your wardrobe more efficiently.
One way to organise your wardrobe is by arranging your clothes based on different dress codes.
From casual outings to casual dinners, sorting out your clothes can help you visualise the range of clothes you have for specific events.
Alternatively, you can arrange your wardrobe by arranging your pieces in the exact order of the rainbow, from red to purple.
By colour coding your wardrobe, your wardrobe will appear visually appealing, and you can easily identify the pieces that will match with each other.
To avoid your wardrobe bursting with too many clothes, you can declutter it by removing things you don’t wear.
Start by taking all your clothes out, then separating them according to three categories: to keep, to sell, and to donate.
The “to keep” pile would be for clothes that you wear often and intend to continue wearing, and the “to sell” pile would be for clothes that are still in trend. Finally, the “to donate” pile is for clothes that are lightly-used that can be given to various organisations and thrift shops.
As for clothes that are stained beyond repair or have other major defects, you can dispose or recycle them.
Wardrobe organisers can help you categorise the pieces that you’ve decided to keep.
For example, if you place your clothes or undergarments in your drawers, installing drawer dividers can also help you separate your clothes.
You can also place bulkier items, such as towels and winter coats, on shelves.
These organisers serve different purposes that can keep your wardrobe neat and tidy.
As trends come and go, you might only wear some pieces once or twice before they go out of style. Instead of spending on fleeting trends, you can spend your money on good-quality basics like neutral-coloured t-shirts, denim jeans and capri pants.
Making a conscious effort to purchase sustainably-made basic pieces can help to conserve the environment.
You can buy sustainable clothes from brands like Muji, which offers basics made of organic cotton.
With these staples, you can also coordinate your outfits more easily!
Unsure about the right way to fold your clothes? Learn from organising expert Marie Kondo, who recommends folding your clothes to a small rectangle with the tried-and-tested “KonMari Method”.
This method may seem difficult for beginners, but it will become a routine after some practise.
Alternatively, you can roll your clothes and line them up vertically. As the rolls are tightly packed, they will “stand”, saving a lot of wardrobe space.
It’s time for you to go through your wardrobe and re-organise your clothes. Finding that important piece of clothing will now be a breeze.
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