About this time every year, I get really bored of my clothes. I’ve been reaching for the same tops & dresses since May, and I need to refresh my closet. I would rather spend on Fall staples, so I need to “make do” with what I have. Do any of you have this problem?
Here is what to do. Set aside a few hours on the weekend for a closet revamping. Do the laundry, make your bed, and get ready to reorganize.
1. Order your clothes by season, occasion, and color. This helps when you’re in a rush looking for a certain pencil skirt or cream blouse. The photo above shows my dressy, winter fabric (leather & wool) pencil skirts on a space-saving hanger.
2. To make sure you don’t overstuff your drawers and can actually close your closet door hang: dresses, blouses, skirts, dress pants and fold: t-shirts, jeans, sweaters, pjs.
3. Use organizational boxes to house everything else:
The next step after organization is forgetting about how you usually wear items together and mix it up! Try new pairings on in the mirror, snap a photo on your phone, and easy as that, you have go-to outfit ideas for those days when you silently scream, “I have nothing to wear!”