5 Ways You Can Organise Your Wardrobe Better!
Too often than not, we fling those wardrobe doors open, stand there in a panic, franticly telling ourselves we have nothing to wear and at this point, your only option is to go naked - am I right Ladies? There is nothing worse than getting ready for work or having to find something for a special occasion when you realise you have nothing to wear!
That anxious fluster going from draw to draw, hanger to hanger, throwing items on and off until we find something we feel only slightly comfortable in.
You leave the house with serious fashion regret and tell yourself to be much better prepared for next time. That feeling only comes back to bite you ten fold when you get home to find a clothesnami upon return.
There is help ladies!! Putting an end to wardrobe rage and somewhat eliminated with a few simple steps – well one major one actually. ORGANISATION!!
Here are 5 ways you can organise your Wardrobe Better.
1. Sort it
Put gym gear with gym gear, singlets with singlets, summer shoes with summer shoes and so on. It sounds simple but many of you out there just chuck whatever fits into the draw or cupboard and hope for the best.
2. Iron it
While ironing isn’t the ideal thing to do in a busy lifestyle, ironing clothes that actually need it will help you ta a) wear the item of clothing and b) hang better on your coat hangers creating space and aesthetic. If you don’t like ironing, buy fabrics that are wrinkle free.
3. Hang it
Try to hang as much as you can. The more often you see it the more you will wear it. This will stop you spending money on items that you don’t actually need because you know you already own one!
4. Throw It
Biggest mistake everyone makes is holding on to those daggy old clothes. They might have holes or tears in them (not the fashionable ones), stains or unexplained marks or perhaps they’re pilling, you know those little balls that occur mainly under your arms. Whatever the damage you need to get rid of it.
5. Do it
If you haven’t cleaned out your wardrobe in the last two years then its definitely time to do it! You should be cleaning out your clothes as often as every 12 months that means you need to donate and throw away all those things that you no longer wear. What’s the point on keeping those shoes the dog ate?
Good luck and happy organising!
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