One of the best ways to get yourself organised is to sort out your wardrobe first. When you look in on it, it might seem a confusing mass of clothes all strung together. Perhaps you subscribe to the “organised chaos” approach but ask yourself this, how many times have you stared blankly at the wardrobe thinking “I’ve nothing to wear” when the evidence suggests you do? For example, how are you going to find one of those stylish Womens Aran Sweaters that you bought for a nice meal or walk out in the autumn?. Here’s what you need to do.
Firstly, have a good old clear out. If you’ve not worn it for 6 months then be done with it. However, this is not done so that you can open up the floodgates and buy a load more. You need to think about editing the clothes that you have and making informed purchases rather than impulse pieces. I bet that the majority of ones you chuck are impulse buys.
Next allocate space and shelving to the seasons. Why go wading through your jumpers and overcoats when you really want to get to your shorts and crop top? Having a spring summer and autumn winter space set up means that you can focus on one area at a time. Finally, make sure that you’ve got a decent place to store it all in. Invest in a unit that will properly organise your clothes and give you the space that you need to look through it properly.