Quick Tips for Cleaning Out Your Closet

When you get dressed in the morning, a cluttered and messy closet can make getting dressed feel terrible! It’s not a very good way to start your day. Alternatively, when your closet is neat and organized, it truly feels good and although it is a seemingly trivial part of your day, it can make a huge difference. So, what can you do to get your closet a little more organized? Check out the tips that follow. Clean the closet section by section, we suggest this because taking every single item out of your closest at once can feel overwhelming. If you feel like you are up for the challenge, go ahead and take everything out. Separate the clothes by type, like dresses, pants, shirts, work clothes, casual, etc. Take a look at each item and ask yourself the following questions: “Would this item fit better in a drawer?” “Have I worn this item in the last 12 months?” If you have an article of clothing you have worn in 12 months or more, you may not ever wear it. Sometimes, it can feel difficult to let clothing go, especially if there is a sentimental attachment to the garment. However, if you haven’t worn the item in 1 year, in some cases we’ve seen people hold onto clothes they haven't worn in 5 year).. Ask yourself honestly….am I actually going to wear this again? If the answer is no, it's time to let it go. One last quick tip is to label sections of your closet. This can be accomplished by handwriting the label on a piece of masking tape, or perhaps you can print your own label with the use of a label maker. Whichever method you choose will be sure to help. Purge your closet and say goodbye to clothes that you know you aren’t going to wear again!

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