A change of seasons is a great time to clean up your clothes and make your wardrobe nice and tidy again. But if you’re always tired of having to set aside a whole day to clean and organize clothes, you may need to change some habits throughout the years so you don’t make that mess in the first place.
One In, One Out
To prevent clutter and accumulation of clothes you never wear, it’s a good idea to implement the “one in, one out” rule where you have to take something out of your wardrobe each time you buy something new. It doesn’t have to be something from the same category, but we recommend you no to cheat and throw out a pair of socks when you get a new bag, for example.
Have a Limited Number of Hangers
If you’re into fashion, your closet can bring you plenty of joy, but only if it’s neat and organized. A good idea is to limit the number of hangers – you can, for example, buy a certain amount of nice hangers you love, and that’s the final number of the clothes you can hang.
Store Clothes in Boxes
There are always clothes that you don’t want to display at the moment but also don’t want to get rid of, such as seasonal clothes or special occasion dresses. Store them in boxes and keep in your closet or out of it, wherever it’s most convenient.