Organizing clothing into compatible groups that work together maximizes your wardrobe options.
You’ve weeded your closet of the freeloaders, the ill-fitting, the orphans and the ugly. Time to think about the remaining clothing, and the word is cluster.
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There’s little point in owning the latest bag or dress if you can’t find it in your closet when you’re getting dressed. A clean, well-organized wardrobe—instead of a confusing, jumbled mess of clothes and accessories—means you’ll maximize all your sartorial purchases, and come up with polished, carefully considered outfits even on hectic mornings. The task of de-cluttering your wardrobe can be overwhelming though, so we’ve enlisted the expertise of Andrea Rapke, Founder of The Organized Move, and Melanie Charlton, CEO and Creative Director of Clos-ette. Read on for tips and tricks from these two professionals and soon you’ll not only have clothes that are well maintained but also an orderly closet, like the one above from our friends at The Coveteur.
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How you organize your closet will differ slightly based on the space you have, the size of your wardrobe, and the kind of life you lead. However, these 5 universal steps can be applied to any closet and any wardrobe.
Read more: How to Organize Your Closet via the Spruce