How to Get Your Clothes Organized for the Coming Coldness

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When the cold winter arrives, more of us will shed our autumn clothes and put on warm winter garments. Now, in a humble corner of your closet, you may have piled up warm clothing which is crucial to the coming season.

 

However, these storage spaces have become disorganized as a result of clothes being stuffed into the same area of the closet regardless of the seasons. If this is the case, try organizing your winter clothes and accessories by following the steps below.

 

  1. Take out all of your clothes

 

According to a study conducted by the National Association of Professional Organizers, 80 percent of your clothes are only worn 20% of the time.

 

So firstly, go through everything you own, including clothing of all seasons. Take everything out of your closet and go through each item to consider whether you want to keep it or throw it away. Of course, there is a third method, donate it!

 

 

 

  1. Storage bins for different clothes

 

  • For clothes that won’t be worn in winter

 

Put clothes you aren't wearing temporarily into a clean plastic storage box to keep dust and moisture out. Moisture can bring the annoying mould to your clothes. By the way, label it and then store it in the deepest part of the cabinet.

 

  • For sweaters and knits

 

 

One of the most difficult tasks in autumn and winter is organizing your thick sweaters and soft knitted clothes. These items cannot be hung on the hanger because they will deform and lose their appearance. However, stacking them in a large pile is not the best option. We frequently want to pull out a piece of clothing and collapse the entire pile. As a result, putting it in the storage box outside the closet is the best option.

 

  1. Hanging clothes

 

Heavy coats of the season are better to be hung in your entryway to avoid overcrowding your reach-in closet. This will allow you to make more room in your main bedroom closet for blouses, pants, suits, and dresses.

 

 

 

  1. Get a fabric dresser if one wardrobe is not enough

 

Fabric dressers are ideal for storing gloves, jewelry, scarves, hats, and other accessories. This will also make room in the reach-in closet, which is notoriously difficult to keep organized.

 

Investing in a WLIVE dresser with multi-colored drawers is a good deal hence that it is easy to assemble and the good looking always catches the eye when you walk into your bedroom. 

 

 

 

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