|small section of my temp closet|
-Keep out-of-season clothes, shoes, and accessories in the back of the closet or in another closet; same for those "wish clothes" that don't fit but you can't bear to get rid of.
-Also, professional organizers suggest turning all of the hangers in your closet the opposite way. Every time you wear an item, turn the hanger around. After a few months, you can clearly see what clothing items you could live without.
-Organize your own closet -- or a child's -- with a combination of double hanging rods, drawers, and shelves. Drawers corral small items such as socks while cubbies hold folded items. Upper shelves can store out-of-season shoes and clothing in clear bins with lids.
-If your closet is also your dressing area, make it more functional by hanging a large mirror on the wall behind a dresser. Or consider hanging a floor-length mirror on a door.
Tip #4- I can not stress enough how important a full-length mirror is. You can't get the full effect of your outfit if you can only see the top half of it.
|I started this hanger trick fresh one month ago. Wow, I wear such a small percentage!|
Consider putting unwanted items in consignment to earn some money for future clothing purchases.