Getting to the Perfect Closet

No, you aren’t on an episode of Cribs sneaking a peak at your favourite celeb’s closet, you too can achieve this Zen like state.

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• Are you holding onto your clothing from high school? Do you have a closet full of items of various sizes? Or are you using your closet as a storage area, keeping items that you never wear?

• If you answered yes to one or more of the questions above then you are not alone. Women hold onto clothing for many reasons and most often we have some sentimental attachment to it. If you have not worn something in a year – pitch it. Did I make you cringe? Still with me?

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• Ask yourself one simple question: how do I get dressed in the morning? May seem basic but it will give you some hints on how to best arrange your closet.

• Do you like one area for your work and another for weekend? Or do you prefer getting dressed based on colour? Having subcategories, like grouping all separate jackets, separate pants, suits, blouses, together makes getting dressed in the morning even easier. And blocking suits and shirts by colour is not only the most visually appealing, but it makes recognizing what you’re missing even easier.

• Place the items that you wear most frequently at the easiest and most accessible place.

• Having all the same hangers is always nice but it is difficult to keep up. Instead I opt for the hangers my garments came on, that way I can easily identify the item. I do the same thing with my shoes. By keeping the boxes they came in and having the label facing me I can grab my favourite pair of black pumps in two seconds flat.

• Folding your sweaters by style and giving each style their own pile not only keeps things tidy but it also makes it easier to find what you are looking for.

• Use trays or clear plastic drawers to separate your jewelry and belts. Having these items right in front of you in the morning helps insure that you won’t forget them.

For more tips on great style, visit Better Styled.

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