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Tips to Help You Sort Out the Clutter in your Wardrobe

Give some time to the wardrobe

Are you getting scared of the jumble inside your wardrobe? Spend at least half an hour in a week to go through your closet. Keep the clothes that you are likely to wear in the closet. Bring out the remaining clothes. Now, decide which ones can be given to a younger cousin or donated for charity. Keep them separately. Throw out the rest.

Hey, don’t panic, you don’t have to do this every week. Once the population inside your closet thins down, you can reduce your sorting activity to once a month.

Use as a shoe rack

Bring out all the unnecessary stuff from the lowest shelf and keep the required things in some other shelf. Empty the bottom shelf. Make it home for the exotic shoes that you wear only to parties.

If something enters, something leaves

You have purchased a pink shrug, its time you decide if you still want your sister’s old piece. Yes, you are right; she was on a wardrobe Sydney organizing spree, before she gave you the shrug. Now, you decide, what you want to do with it.

Fat dresses and thin dresses

You admit it or not, all girls have two sets of clothes. While one set caters to a ‘fat you’, the other is for your thinner version. If you think that looking at the thin clothes will motivate you to enrol in a gym, then keep one within your eyesight. Stack the rest for donation.

How to arrange the clothes

Keep the things you frequently wear close by and the clothes that you rarely put on, at the back of the shelf.

Use a light

In case you own a walk in wardrobe; are you afraid to walk into it? Come on, there is no ghost inside it. Still, afraid? Get a light bulb and fix it somewhere inside. But, make sure that the light reaches all corners of the wardrobe.

Clothes in between

If you own a pair of jeans, that you think is neither dirty enough to be washed nor that clean to be kept inside the closet, keep it on a chair or on a separate table.

Arrange in an orderly way

Keep all similar things together. For example, the office shirts should be in a pile and jackets in a separate pile.

Coordinate and buy

When buying clothes; see if they match with the existing set of dresses, so that you don’t have to stand half dressed in front of the wardrobe, wondering what to match with what.