Wardrobe: Decluttering and Organising- A Guide to Stress-Free Living

Discover the Life-Changing Magic of Decluttering and Organising Your Wardrobe: Say Goodbye to Overwhelm and Hello to Effortless Style!

If you’re tired of feeling overwhelmed by all the clothes in your wardrobe and never being able to find anything to wear, it’s time to clean out and get organised. When you organise, you put things in a way that makes sense. When you declutter, you get rid of things you no longer need or use. Cleaning up and organising will not only make it easier to get dressed, but it can also help you to feel more relaxed and in control of your daily life.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to declutter and organise your wardrobe

Step 1: Choose One Category to Sort

The first step in cleaning out your wardrobe is to pick one type of clothing at a time to go through. Start with, say, all of your tops or all of your pants. This will help you focus on one type of item at a time and keep you from feeling overwhelmed.

Step 2: Sort Through Your Chosen Category

Once you’ve decided on a type of clothing to sort, take each item out and look at it. Ask yourself the following questions to help you decide what to keep, donate, or throw away:

  • When was the last time I wore this?
  • Does it still fit me well?
  • Is it damaged or in need of repair?
  • Does it match my current style and wardrobe needs?
  • Does it bring me joy and make me feel confident when I wear it?

Create three piles: keep, donate, and throw away. Clothes in good condition that you wear regularly should be placed in the keep pile, clothes in good condition that you no longer wear can be donated to charity, and clothes beyond repair or too worn out should be thrown away.

Step 3: Organise Your Clothes

After sorting through your clothes, it’s time to put them in order. One common way to organize clothes is by type, like tops, bottoms, dresses, and outerwear. You can organize things further within each category by color or by event. You could also organize by season, which is especially helpful if you live in a place with distinct seasons and needs different things for each one.

Step 4: Store Your Clothes

After you’ve put your clothes in order, it’s time to put them away. Use boxes and hangers to keep your clothes neat and organised. You can also save space by storing clothes that aren’t in season in vacuum-sealed bags. Keep your clothes fresh until you are ready to wear them again. For more tips on storage solutions for your closet, check out this blog “Create a wardrobe you love“.

Step 5: Maintain Your Wardrobe

Getting rid of clutter and organising your wardrobe is not a one-time job. To keep it in order, you should go through your clothes often. Also, get rid of anything that doesn’t fit or makes you happy anymore. This will make sure you only keep clothes you love and wear often. Follow and check this out “7 reasons to declutter your wardrobe this weekend” for more tips.

In conclusion, it’s worth the time and effort to clean out and organise your wardrobe. By following these five steps, you can turn your cluttered cwardrobe into a clutter-free haven in no time! If you want more tips and tricks visit spaceandtime.com.au.

Ready to declutter your wardrobe and create space for the things you love? Join our free online workshop on 30th March 2023, 10AM EADT and let’s get started!