Having trouble finding that black top? Can’t keep track of those ribbon belts? The change in seasons is the perfect time to reevaluate the way you’re organizing closet space. And the key to success is so simple: make your closet work for you. Every woman dresses differently, and your closet should reflect your wardrobe. It doesn’t have to cost much — these tips and a little creativity will get you there in no time!
The best way to help those in need is to get rid of the clothing you haven’t worn in years. Bite the bullet, admit you’ll never wear it again, and donate it to a charity of your choosing. You’ll feel better knowing your clothes have gone to good use, and your new closet space will open up in front of you.
With winter approaching, some clothing won’t see the light of day for months at a time. Try to pack away what you don’t need — it’ll save room and protect your clothing while it’s not in use.
A messy closet can sometimes feel like a black hole: it’s dark, scary, and when you throw stuff in there it disappears. So make your closet someplace you don’t mind visiting. Tide Simple Pleasure Pendants can be hung from hangers or hooks to add a pleasant scent. And bright lighting will help you find what you need!
Do you have tons of undershirts? Or are shoes your guilty pleasure? Find out which odds and ends get disorganized fast, and then find a solution. Woven baskets, floor racks, or the Tide Hanging Storage unit will give you a place for those little extras.
What will you need to reach for first: That polar tech that goes over your pajamas every night, or the silk tank top from last New Year’s? Thought so! Since the polar tech needs to be ready each night, hang it from a hook on your door, or put it up front, where you can grab it fast.
There will always be those mornings when you can’t find what you need. So add order to your hanging space!
Do you fold your underwear or toss it to the side? If you’re a tosser, don’t be afraid to admit it. Be proud of your fancy-free tossing ways, and move to a system that’ll work for you. Instead of using a stately drawer, try tossing underwear into an open bin or a little basket.
Above all, remember to find a system that’ll work for you day in and day out. It’s your closet to explore and design, so be sure to enjoy that little nook of space that is yours and yours alone!
The best closet for you