Following on from that blog, here are some additional organsing tips on de-cluttering and organising your wardrobe.
De-cluttering your wardrobe
When looking at organising your wardrobe.
I would recommend hanging clothes in categories. Think about what categories would work for you. One suggestion is to have categories like work clothes, casual clothes, evening wear and then keeping all trousers, skirts, shirts, jumpers together within those categories. Another suggestion is to just have your trousers, skirts, shirts, jumpers etc as the categories. I recommend organising each category by colour and seperating short and long sleeved shirts.
When looking at where to store each category, have your most often used items where you can see them. Use the back and sides of the wardrobe for items that you don’t wear very often.
Don’t forget about the valuable space found on the back of your wardrobe doors. Instead of letting it go to waste, here are a few suggestions:
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