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How to organise your wardrobe

How to organise your wardrobe

The Christmas period is the season for giving. You may have been given clothes over Christmas or planning on treating yourself in any upcoming sales. The best way to deal with this is organizing your wardrobe. Making sure everything has its place, or working out what you really need.
Here is how we would recommend to organise your wardrobe.

The Rail

In your wardrobe on the rail you should be hanging the following items:
  • Coats
  • Jackets
  • Blazers
  • Dresses
  • Jumpsuits
  • Shirts
  • Trousers
You should also hang items that are made from materials that are prone to creasing such as silk, linen or flowing materials that blouses are usually made from.
Now we have established what should be hung in the wardrobe, let's now talk about how to organize it. We advise you to work from the right side of the rail to the left.
With each section we advise to start with any long sleeve, to short sleeve, then sleeveless.
If you would like to be super organised you can break it down further, and for each sleeve length you could section them by colour.

Coats

First start with your coats on the right hand side of the hanging rail. We start with these as they are the bulkiest items.

Blazers

Then move onto your blazers as these usually are bulky and mainly longline. If you do have any cropped blazers, hang them after your longline ones.

Jackets

After the blazers we would then do the jackets. Start with the jackets that are more longline, and then if you have any cropped jackets then hang them up.

Jumpsuits

Then hang your jumpsuits. Due to the length of them, it is good then to move onto the jumpsuits, as then your wardrobe goes from your longer pieces to the shorter pieces.

Dresses

Next are your dresses. Start with your maxi dresses, then your midi, then your mini dresses. This way they are organised in length.

Trousers

Then move onto your trousers. For these, fold the trousers and put them through the hanger to keep them crease free.

Shirts

Then hang the shirts last. These are the shortest items making your wardrobe look neat and tidy. It is also convenient as you are likely to wear these the most so now they are the easiest to grab.

Folding

We recommend to fold the following items:
  • Jumpers/hoodies/sweaters
  • Tops
  • T-shirts
  • Leggings
  • Joggers
  • Activewear
  • Knitwear
  • Shorts
  • Skirts
  • Pyjamas
Folding these items in your draws or on your shelves creates structure to your wardrobe. I like to plan what shelve/draw I put my clothes in depending on how often I will wear it.
In the summer, you will unlikely be wanting to wear winter clothing such as knitwear, jumpers or hoodies etc. In this case I would place these on the top shelf until they are in season again, and then I will rearrange accordingly, when winter comes.
By organising your shelves/drawers this way, it makes finding certain items easier, making it more convenient for you.

Drawers

We recommend in your drawers to get little storage boxes just to divide and organize the different items. One box can have your socks, another your underwear, another your belts and divide all your extra pieces to keep them separate and organised.
By organizing your wardrobe it can also give you a clearer idea of what clothes you have and things you may have forgotten about. It may save you from purchasing extra items and also makes you feel good. This is how we would recommend to organize your wardrobe.
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