How to organize the clothes in your closet

Are your clothes well organized?

Storing your clothes efficiently could save you a lot of time each time you have to choose an outfit in your closet. In addition to extended the life of these.

Before starting this exercise, remove the excess!

Before starting this exercise, it is best to clean up your wardrobe and keep only the clothes that make you feel good, that are not damaged, that are still current in terms of cut and style and that fit your body shape.

Organize your clothes by type and color to make it easier for you every time you dress.

Do not forget to leave space between your clothes, the idea is not that everything is wrinkled once in your closet.

Sweaters

Store your sweaters flat. Fold in a drawer, on a shelf or if you lack space fold on a hanger referring to the following methods.

Folded in a drawer the Konmari way by Marie Kondo

Are you familiar with the KonMari storage method?

This is a method to clean your home and wardrobe and store your clothes to optimize your space. A series of episodes are now available on Netflix TIDYING UP WITH MARIE KONDO and her Best Serller book can be purchased on Amazon.ca

Folded on a shelf

Folded on a hanger

Pants and trousers

Fold your pants on hangers or trouser storage solutions by following the fold in front.

Shirts

Your shirts should always be hung on a hanger. Be sure to button the first button on the collar to help keep it in shape. If you decide to have your shirts washed at the cleaner, immediately remove the plastic wrap, it may damage your clothes. If it is a piece that you rarely wear, you can store it in fabric garment bag to prevent the accumulation of dust while allowing the clothing to breathe well.

Sports coat and suit

Just like your shirts, jackets should always be hung on a hanger. Make sure you pick one wide enough to cover the shoulder to avoid creases. Never button buttons to keep its shape. Avoid at all times to leave them on the hanger of the cleaner and immediately remove the plastic wrap, both elements may damage your clothes. If it is a piece that you rarely wear, you can store it in fabric garment bag to prevent the accumulation of dust while allowing the clothing to breathe well.

You don’t know where to start?

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