Following on from the “How to get your wardrobe organised” series on the blog, I wanted to give you a printable that you could use when organising your own wardrobe so that you can more easily follow the steps and get your clothes organised as though you had someone there helping!
Welcome to the second part of the “How to Organise your Wardrobe” series of posts. In the first part we looked at the ASSESS and DECLUTTER stages of the A.D.O.R.E process, and now it’s time to tackle the ORGANISING – so let’s get started shall we!
Welcome to the third and final part of the “How to Organise your Wardrobe” serie of posts. In the first part we looked at the ASSESS and DECLUTTER stages of the A.D.O.R.E process, in the second we looked at the ORGANISE stage, and now it’s time to tackle REAL LIFE and EVALUATING – so let’s get started shall we!
This is the first of a series of posts about how to get your wardrobe properly organised once and for all. After all, learning how to organise your wardrobe can save you so much time and energy on a day to day basis, and who wouldn’t want that!
We all have to get dressed every day, sometimes more than once for different activities – no wonder that without a system in place things can easily get messed up very quickly.
I get asked a lot about clothes, and how to organise them and make the most of what you’ve got – so I thought I’d collect together all the tips I know about clothes storage/decluttering and organising – and put them all into one post for you – enjoy!
I was recently asked by a reader how to organise chests of drawers, specifically for clothes – and so I wanted to write a post on both how I do my own, and some extra ideas.
Hopefully then you will be able to find a method that works specifically for your needs, and the space you have available.
Its all very well and good me saying to sort through your clothes and get rid of loads, but its harder to do in practise, and I understand this.
Sometimes, just getting your wardrobe and clothes decluttered isn’t enough to feel that organised. Once you get into it, you want to feel as organised as you can , and thats where some carefully chosen products can really help.
How annoying is it to open your wardrobe each morning, to be greeted by an array of clothes that you can’t really see because either they are stuffed in amongst other clothes, or are at a different height to the rest so hidden from view.
It makes choosing an outfit not only more time consuming, but also less of a pleasure.
I have been looking for a product that helps with this problem for a while, and about a year ago I came across these coat hangers which I have to say are simply astounding!