Organizing Your Clothes
When a new season comes around, wouldn't it be nice to not have to spend tons of time looking for clothes? If your closet is jammed packed with every seasonal piece it makes your morning routine even more hectic. Here are some tips on how to organize your closet by season.
Refresh your closet for the next season.
1. DECIDE WHICH CLOTHES TO DONATE
With new trends emerging all the time and old styles going our closets easily become unorganized. Donating items that you have not worn in the last two years is a strategy to make space and see what clothing you have to choose from.
2. Keep Transitional Pieces as Anchors
Some pieces stick with you throughout the year, these essentials do not need to leave. Keep these items in a fixed location and use them as your foundation for your wardrobe. Some shirts and pants stick with you no matter the time of year, and these essentials don’t need to budge. You can use these items as a foundation for your wardrobe by keeping them in a fixed spot. Depending on your style, transitional pieces can be floral, strips or even solids.
Prepare your closet for different weather and seasonal events with the following steps
3. GROUP CLOTHING IN CATEGORIES
When your clothing is sorted in like categories, it makes separating seasonal clothing effortless. Once you have distinguished seasonal categories and your transitional pieces sorted, place your seasonal clothing into a clean storage containers in a safe area to pull out later. bin.
Separating clothing into sub-categories by item type, color and occasion. Now you can find that light grey blouse faster.
4. MAKE YOUR FAVORITE PIECES ACCESSIBLE
Whatever pieces you wear most often, place them front and center where they are easily accessed. Pieces that you rarely use place them in the back of your closet or space.
PREPARE YOUR CLOSET FOR A NEW SEASON
Whether it is Summer or Winter, your closet should be helpful in your daily routine, not a hindrance. With a functional clothing system you are able to start your day without stress and get ready for date night in a breeze.