the sunday brief | 3 easy steps to closet organization

  1. Maureen Lancaster says:

    My closet policy is one in one out. It makes you really think before you buy. I don’t always throw out the same sort of item I buy but something has to go.

  2. sandy says:

    Thanks for the link to those wooden hangers–that seems like a great price to me!

  3. Susan Young says:

    Great tips Beth! My closet is my happy place. I love organizing to make dressing more efficient and less stressful. I group my clothes by item and then color, Shirts and dresses are organized by color and then sleeve length. I recently did a huge purge of my purses ( a weakness) and now feel my closet has more breathing room allowing for clarity.

    • beth djalali says:

      it sounds as if you have a wonderful system in place, susan! isn’t it great to walk into an organized space and breath. there’s nothing worse than rooting through piles of clothes and still not finding what you want. a place for everything and everything in its place.

  4. This year I moved to a new house and I gave to myself an entire room for my closet. Having an open closet is really really helpful. I can see what I have and it’s easier to mix and match clothes! xx

  5. Megan Anderson says:

    Thanks for the great tips!

  6. Heidi Boettcher says:

    Great tips, Beth … thank you! I agree about consignment stores, we have a good one near us and I definitely take advantage with every closet clean out! I hang items by type but not color, definitely going to incorporate that too. I’m a scarf hoarder… seriously … is it ok to hang the lighter weight, summer scarves and then fold the heavier, winter scarves? I need to fold jeans and sweaters and then may have more room for a shelving unit in my closet. Also need to reorganize lingerie … wow, I have a lot of work to do! 😉

  7. Cute Outfits for Teens says:

    Before learning how to put together outfits, it’s essential to go review your wardrobe so that you’ll have an overview of what you have, what pieces are missing and what you need more of. I guess I really need a “Closet Refresh” and I should follow these tips! Thanks for sharing. And I couldn’t agree more on these lines which are my favorite – “Don’t let your emotions get the better of you. It must be thrown away.

    Securing all of the ingredients you need to make your outfits, Outfit planning is important to mix and match (like kitchen essentials – salt, pepper and sugar) All pieces must be readily available to you. Like this over the door hanger I just recently bought from Tomorrow’s Oufit. So space-saving, so durable and strong, and the design is very fashionable. (:

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