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Organizing your Closet

Like many girls (and guys) we love to shop and every time you just hang and hang your clothes in the closet until you start having difficulty taking something out. So when do you know it is time to clear out/clean your closet. Ask yourself these questions?

Do I wear all this clothes?
Are the hangers tangles?
How much more will I be able to fit?
Can you find your favorite jeans?

If you answered a NO to any of these questions then its time to organize and take out the old stuff.

1. Clear out all your closet.
2. Separate by category. (Shirts, Pants, Dresses)
3. Get hangers  that will save you space. Or get rid of wire or store hangers.
4. Decide what you want to keep, toss and donate. This is the most important part of this process.
  • Ask yourself if you can see yourself wearing the clothing again? If so how many outfits?
  • Does it fit you? 
  • Is it a "trendy" piece? There are trends that are not coming back or at least should not. You can research this online. (Ex. Pajama Jeans, Platform Thong Sandals, Anything Ed Hardy)
  • Would you buy it again? Things go out of style or you change your taste.
5. Hang your clothes by category, color, style. 

Things you should not hang:
Undershirts/Tank Tops
T-Shirts (these can be easily folded and put away in a drawer)
Sweaters (they loose their shape)

And you are done! Though it may be hard for you to get rid of stuff just remember you are going to keep buying and you will run out of room. There are many people who could still use your clothing. You can even hand them down to your siblings. 


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