New Year Newly Organized Closets- 5 Easy Steps

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2-19-08closet7A cluttered closet is something that plagues many fashionistas but organizing your closet can be easier than you think. Here are a few simple steps to help you get started.

Step 1: Edit, edit, edit

The first step to a clutter-free closet is to reduce the pieces that you own and have not worn in 1-2 years.  Ask yourself,   ”If I were shopping right now, would I would I buy this item?” If the answer is no, out it goes. Once you’ve purged items you don’t want, make three piles: 1) Cosign. 2)  Offer to your friends or family. 3) Donate. It’s also useful to ask a stylish pal to come over and help, as she/he might offer new ways to wear something, and be honest about whether an item really looks that good on you.

Step 2: Good Hangers

Consider changing your hanger to a consistent style or brand. This can be done easily buying a few at a time, if necessary.
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Using a high-quality uniform hangers in the same style and color, will create a much cleaner space.

Step 3: Colorize

Organizing your hanging clothing according to color will make a huge difference. My closet is organized into categories (shirts with shirts, skirts with skirts, etc.), then colorizing within each category light to dark. Prints should be categorized by the predominate color.

Step 4: Uniform-folded Stacks

Pick up sweater folds to help create boutique-worthy uniform stacks if you are not able to do it free-style. Consider adding cedar-scents to help preserve your garments.

Step 5:  Purge Shoeboxes

If you have a small closet purging shoe boxes is a must. We all dream of one day having a Mariah Carey, sized closet but until that dreams comes true…purge the boxes. Shoe boxes  take up a ton of much needed space.  Consider using door shoe racks or lining shoes along the floor of your closet, either side-by-side, or toe-to-heel. You’d be amazed at how much extra space this provides. I tend to wear the shoes that remain visible.