5 Wardrobe Organization Tips

Save time and effort.

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As much as we all love fashion, finding the right outfit in the morning can be quite the hassle. The last thing you want to do when you’ve overslept for the third day in a row is to spend ages trying to find that one perfect ensemble. Sorting out your wardrobe may seem like a chore, but it can honestly make your life a million times easier! Closet organization may just be the key to keep you looking on point every day of the week.

1. De-clutter
First things first, take Eminem’s advice and clean out your closet. And be brutal! If there’s something you haven’t worn for the past year, chances are you won’t wear it for the next year, either. Keep your favorite and most used items, and give the rest to charity, or to your friends and family.

2. Visibility helps
Keep your most loved items at eye level, so they’re the first things you see when you open your closet. You’ll never again have to make a mess trying to locate your favorite pair of jeans.

3. Colour code
Think Ashley Olsen’s character in New York Minute. Yes, organizing your clothes by color may seem incredibly uptight, but it makes finding specific items so much easier and can help you save time. Plus, it’ll look totally Pinterest-worthy.

4. Light it up
Put lights in your closet! It gives you a much better overview of everything, especially on dark winter mornings, and it’ll help you figure out what’s what in your massive sea of black clothes... Or is that just me?

5. Plan ahead
To take organization to the next level, planning your outfit the day before is one of the biggest time savers. You can even put a coat rack on the inside of your closet door to hang your chosen outfit for easy access in the AM.

WHO: Katarina, Fashion Contributor at Couturesque magazine
WHERE: Copenhagen
CAN BE FOUND AT: @katarinajulie

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