Carefully organized closets can make your morning dressing easier and effortless. If you have an organized office desk that makes you more creative and productive, and organized closet can also give you a polished and streamlined style. Also, having an organized closet would also help you save time in the morning. So, keep on reading for our tricks to organize your closet like a boss.
Have a closet purge.
This is definitely your first step in keeping your stuff organized. Get rid of or give away clothes and shoes that you rarely use to maximize your storage size. Start by taking an overall look at your wardrobe and decide what stays and what goes. Like fashion blogger Jennifer Selmanovic, you may keep your timeless vest and wide leg pants that you can wear to work with your fresh or even old ensembles and still look polished and streamlined.
Keep an eye for clothes that reflect your personality and suit your lifestyle.
Whether you have a classy or edgy style, your clothes must reflect your personality and lifestyle. Like fashion blogger Micah Gianneli, you may have an eye for a leather trimmed blazer with matching skirt that will look great on your casual weekends or even morning coffees. On the other hand, if you have a romantic fashion personality, go for pastel colored clothes or even a pink blazer that will go well with your classic office staples like fashion blogger Blair Eadie did.
Use your creativity and imagination when it comes to looking for storage places.
If you want to maximize your clothing storage without having to use extra spaces in your house, take advantage of the corners of your room that can be used as a storage place. Think of the space under your bed to store tiny drawers for your scarves and beanies, or even the walls of your room to hang your hats or accessories. Also, a pile of neatly folded clothes can make your closet appear more organized.
Organize your clothes according to style or function.
Whether you’re a party girl or a career woman, organize your clothes by style or function. Button down shirt goes well with pencil skirts, blazers, and dress pants while jeans go well with tees and tank tops. Or, you may organize your clothes by storing sweaters with knits and hanging dresses with coats. Like fashion blogger Blair Eadie, you may think of wearing your turtleneck top with a pastel yellow coat teamed with a brown bag that looks corporate-inspired yet modern and sleek. By heeding our tricks, you’ll be able to organize your closet like a boss and have a more effortless life.