How you arrange items is just as important as the architecture of the closet itself. Follow these strategies and you'll never again say "I have nothing to wear!"
Items to Hang: Anything that is likely to wrinkle (linen, rayon, all-cotton shirts) or slide around in a drawer (silks and satins), as well as garments that are pressed or have pleats.
Know When to Fold 'Em: All knitwear, cotton T-shirts, casual pants (jeans, khakis, corduroys), and sportswear (in a separate drawer from your other clothes).
Group Like with Like: Choose a grouping principle that makes sense to you. I organize by kind -- button-down shirts, blazers, sweaters -- then by color, from white to black. this helps me know my options right away.
Do Clothing Checkups: Every six months, it's a good idea to review your wardrobe. Decide what you want to keep, what needs repair, and what should be given away or discarded. New acquisitions may demand new storage strategies, such as rearranged shelves, extra bins, or additional rods.
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