Friday, August 21, 2009

I so need to do this!

Seven simple steps to an organized closet

  • You need to be able to see what you're doing. Move everything onto the bed and separate those items that need to visit the tailor or cobbler.

  • Put your favorite pieces back in the closet, sorted into categories. Place those you wear the most (office pants, jeans, day dresses) in the most accessible location.

  • Once items are sorted by category, sort them by color.

  • Invest in uniform hangers; we like the super-thin Joy Mangano Huggable Hangers for tops (available at and basic clips for skirts and pants.

  • Shoes should be arranged in clear, stacking drawers or a wire grid system on the back of the closet door.

  • All sweaters should be buttoned, folded, and stacked, with the bulkiest on the bottom to create sturdy piles.

  • Make sure all of your clothing is clean before submitting it to long-term storage in your closet. And remove all items from dry-cleaning bags—they can trap chemicals that can break down fibers.

Got this wonderful peice of info from Lucky Magazine!



AyaImmortal said...

Uh wow. That is one organized closet. If you dont mind me asking, How much did you put into that? Cost wise and time wise?

~Andre Pickens

→*мz.[rєlєvaиt].™ said...

&nd no matter how much i organized my closet, it still looks over crowded! lls.

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LadyBreezy said...

Andre I put zero time and zero money because that's not my closet. I wish it was tho! lol

Mz. Relevant - so true

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