So now you’ve had your wardrobe clear-out it is time to think about organising your wardrobe. The best thing to do is to find a system that will work for you in order to keep track of it all.
Keep skirts together, trousers together, tops together, dresses together and jackets together. This is a useful system for those who like to outfit build on the fly.
Separate your formal wear from your day wear, then sort your workwear separately from casual and weekend wear. This system can be very broad, but it helps minimise scouting time. If you don’t have to search through your tees and hoodies while getting dressed, it saves on prep time and aggravation.
Separate your outer layers – such as blazers, cardigans and coats – in one area. Keep your top layers – such as button-down shirts and pullover sweaters – in another. Layering tees and camis are stored separately. This is a good system for people who live in a changeable climate, as it benefits expert layerers.
BY FREQUENCY OF USE
Basics go in one spot, favourites in another, and accent pieces in another.
If your into design, sorting your wardrobe this way is sure to appeal.
MY TOP TIPS
- Edit you wardrobe down.
- Organise by category.
- Arrange categories by colour.
- Create uniformity with hangers.
- Store away your off season items.