Is your wardrobe bursting with clothing articles that seem out of place. One way or another we are all guilty of having too much clothes. These are too many that some are still in the bags or boxes and some just file up and clutter the nooks and crannies of our wardrobe. For this blog post, i detailed three basic tips that will help you with your organization.

1st tip: Sort the clothes that you don’t need. By sorting your clothes you can distinguish the ones that can be stored and used for next season or those that can be donated. Decluttering will give you more space for storage and the ease to organize your clothes. Heavy clothes like snow jacket can be vacuum sealed during summer, the same reason that tank tops can be put at the back of the drawer during winter. From time to time, it is also a good idea to take inventory of your clothes too and retire some for charitable donation.

2nd tip: Adopt a style that defines your personality. This is more a personal choice but the consistency of having a defined style is cost-friendly and fashion-simplified in the long run. Those who wear plain black, white, navy and other uni-colored clothing don’t have to grapple with overthinking what to wear at home or when going out.

3rd tip: Buy and add clothing only as needed. Maximizing your wardrobe space means constantly being aware of what you have and what you need. After the initial decluttering, pause and think how you want your wardrobe to look. Do you value the extra space and do you treasure your belongings more because you only have what you need? If this mentality pleases your inner consumer, then you will be more mindful of what you add to your wardrobe.

Thank you for reading.

Please let me know how you organize your wardrobe on the comment section.

*This blog post is my personal opinion only and contains affiliate/referral links.

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  1. I have been trying to reduce my wardrobe. My problem is I love bright colours. I am trying to pair some neutral basics with brightly coloured tops, scarves, etc. It’s a process!

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