The weather’s getting warmer. It’s time to put the heavy sweaters and coats away and bring out the lighter clothes.
Changing season is the perfect time to declutter and reorganize your closet.
Here are just some of the unused clothes and items
I donated to organize my closet.
Here’s how I cleaned up my act.
1 Clear Out Unworn Clothes – I had several items that no longer fit or I just didn’t wear anymore that were taken valuable. I went through all my clothes on Snapchat, trying them on and deciding if I still wanted them. I cleaned those clothes I decided to get rid of and donated them to my local Good Will. Any damaged clothing was thrown away.
2 Switch to Thinner, No-slip Hangers –My old hangers were various sizes and thickness. I switched to velvet hangers to create more space and keep clothes slipping off and onto the floor.
Use Bins to Maximize the Shelf Space – I like to put last season’s clothes away when enter a new season. So I used bins to keep those clothes organized. I also purchased a colorful box to house my hat collection.
5 Utilize Floor Space to Organize Shoes – Previously I tried to organized all my shoes in hanging shoe organizers. That plan did not work because many my shoes didn’t fit in them so I put my shoes on the floor. They are stored in an organizer meant for under the bed and stack-able shoe storage.
Amazingly my closet has been transformed into a highly functional space that I actually like using. I can actually see what I want to wear. I am also more motivated to hang up my clothes each day.
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