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Closet Organization Tips During Isolation

Over these past few weeks (and even months), we have found ourselves moving around quite a bit. Those studying abroad had to abruptly fly home, we’ve been rushing out to grocery stores to stock up on essentials and we’ve been homeschooling and coming up with activities to keep the kids busy.

After all the shuffling and moving around to get our new routine in place, it’s now time to stay put in our homes with either ourselves, significant others, pets or roommates. With that being said and with a bit of extra time on our hands, what better time than now to reorganize our closets? The closet organization can process can be fun as you might discover pieces you forgot about and also feel cleansing to be rid of extra clutter and pieces that worked their way out of your rotation long ago… the best part of it all, it can earn you some extra cash in the process!

De-clutter

Rule of thumb, if you haven’t worn it in the past 6 months, it may be time to get rid of it. Cleaning out your closet can feel therapeutic and easier to organize! Start off by making two piles: one to keep and one to either sell or donate. You can then get rid of unwanted items through yard sales, apps such as The Real Real or Poshmark, or by dropping them off at your local goodwill store.

How to organize

The easiest way to organize a closet is by color, but some prefer to organize by item (dresses, jackets, tank tops, etc). Organizing by color makes it easier to find the item you’re looking for in a timely manner rather than scrummaging through multiple hangers to find the one piece to complete your ensemble. 

Pro tip: Use hangers that are the same style and color! These nonslip hangers are sleek and thin, so you have more room for your shopping addiction! This simple step will improve the aesthetic of your closet and will make you feel more at home.

For visual people, this hack will make choosing your outfit so much more aesthetically pleasing than it used to be. Don’t know where to start? We’ll map it out for you. Start by sorting through each item's color wheel, such as hues of blues, rouges, and creams and separate them into groups. You can then hang them in your closet from light to dark, or use the rainbow as guidance!

Here is a helpful color guide to get you started!

Bins + boxes

Realistically, not every piece of your wardrobe will be hanging in your closet. You will need a place to store your undergarments, hats, socks, jeans (if not hanging), and even accessories! Boxes and bins can maximize closet space, as they can be stacked vertically under or next to the clothes rack. This shelf unit is perfect for shoes, accessories, and any other garments that need to be folded or stored differently.

Accessories

Belts and jewelry may be one of the most (if not the most) difficult items in our closet to store, and if not organized properly, they can make your closet looks messy and out of sorts. This jewelry hanger doubles as an elegant decorative mirror for an added touch to your already established room. Try this hanger which is specifically designed to hang belts, scarves, and even your spouse's ties, taking up almost no space at all.

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