1. Downsizing your clothing can help declutter your life and create more space in your home.
After all the buying and changing, it’s time to organize your clothes. There are so many options, and there is no right or wrong answer. Choose what works best for you.
One of my favorite things to do when I have a house full of clothes is to put them in a closet. Closets are just as good a storage option as wardrobes (they’re both pretty much the same thing) and can be filled with whatever you want (though wardrobes will also do). If you don’t have enough space for a wardrobe, try downsizing by simply moving clothes that are big enough into drawers and leaving clothes that need more space in piles on shelves or shelves in the closet itself.
It’s easier to fit into boxes than into closets, which makes it important to get rid of those boxes at some point. Ideally, they should be sent elsewhere. But if they can be kept in your home, why not? I would rather have one box than haul them out of storage every month to store more clothing because it means I won’t have to convert an entire room — which might take longer — into a closet/closet (I don’t know how much longer this actually takes).
2. If you don’t have enough space, getting a bigger dresser is an option, but if your drawers are overflowing, try downsizing.
In fact, there is no excuse for not organizing your clothes, especially if you have more than one dresser. However, what you need to do is to think about the storage of your clothes, just like your files in a hard disk where you have to send big files away. Your dresser is a storage device for the clothes you wear. It can store your shirts, pants and knitwear in shirts that are round and have a flat chest. The shirt will fit well into the drawer below it. Try removing the shirts from their hangers and placing them on top of each other. This will help keep them from getting wrinkled up and get them in order. Next place your sweaters between the clothing with no gaps between them. Next place your underwear on top of their garments; this will also help keep them in order as well as getting rid of wrinkles after you take them off of their hangers. Finally, put away all the other clothing that may cause some wrinkles or other problems with how they fit together in your drawer; this could be different types of clothing such as t-shirts that don’t really go with each other or sweaters that are too long for any given outfit. Make sure that everything is put away immediately after putting it away so that it doesn’t get stored again without being stored properly first time around!
3. We keep what we use and get rid of what we don’t; a drawer full of seldom-worn clothing won’t help you stay organized and that drawer will just cause stress.
The thing about a bigger dresser is that it gives you more room to move around. This can be a great thing, if clothing is organized and everything is in its place.
This doesn’t mean you have to follow everything on your closet’s label, but it does mean that you have room to grow without fighting for space. It also means that clothes will look better when you move them around than when they’re all lined up at one spot.
On the other hand, a smaller drawer is easier to organize but might be harder to fill with clothing. If you’re not sure what you want to buy or how much space you need, just making your drawers smaller won’t solve your problem. It will just create more confusion and clutter.
The notion of organizing clothes came from another article on this site titled “Managing Clothes Without Clutter: How You Can Have More Space and Easily Organize Your Clothes,” but the two are so closely related that I thought I had to include both…