How To Tidy Your Wardrobe With Clothes Hanging Organisers
Spring is the perfect time to clear out your wardrobe, assess the pieces you have, what you still love to wear, and weed out those fashion disasters or items that have seen better days. An excellent capsule wardrobe full of staples that you can dress up and dress down, accessorise and work for many different occasions is something we all aspire to. It can be all too easy to hoard your clothes or keep buying slightly different versions of the same thing trying to get the fit or the style just right. An exceptionally organised wardrobe can help you feel more ordered and less cluttered and give you more confidence in your outfits too. So if you are ready to rearrange your closet, let's talk about the essentials you'll need to get started.
Clothes hanging organisers - essential for every wardrobe
Before you even begin sorting through your clothes, you need to figure out how you will organise the items you keep. So get prepped in advance and order some clothes hanging organisers for your wardrobe that will help ensure your clothes look great, hang well, and are easily accessible.
Choosing the right clothes hangers
Making sure you have enough clothes hangers to sort your new wardrobe is important. You don’t want to get into a habit of stuffing your wardrobe too full or having to hang multiple items on one hanger - so you need to choose wisely. Here is a run down of some of the most common clothes hanger types.
Organising your wardrobe
Once your clothes hangers are sorted, it's time to get stuck in and organise your wardrobe. First, clear out any clothes you no longer want, so make sure you have a bin bag ready. When it comes to sorting your clothes, be ruthless and realistic. The Marie Kondo method of only holding onto items that bring you joy can work well here. You must ensure you are left with enough of each item of clothing you need, but if something doesn't fit or you never wear it, it might be time to let it go. Understanding your style and what looks good on you is crucial. We've all got pieces we would love to wear but somehow don't quite suit us, or we are not brave enough to show to the world - and that's OK. But clothes are made to be worn, so perhaps it's time to pass them on to someone else.
What to do with the items you save
Once you've decided which clothes to keep you can organise them in a way that works for you. Some people love to create outfits that they can pull out easily. Others like to keep all of the same types of items together. You could also colour code your wardrobe to hold pieces of the same colour together - it's up to you!
What to do with your unwanted items
Now you've cleared out your wardrobe; you need to find a new home for the clothes you've thrown out. You could take these to a local charity shop or recycling point, try to sell them to make some cash on places such as eBay or Vinted, or you could organise a clothes swap with your friends.