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How to Clean Out Your Closet

12 Apr 2019

Cleaning your closet isn’t the most exciting but is a needed task in order to avoid excess clutter and make room for new clothing. Failure to clean out your closet can lead to lost clothing items and frustrating mornings. Wouldn’t you much rather take the time to clean every once in a while instead of spending every morning sifting through an endless mess? If you’re struggling to find a place to start when it comes to cleaning your closet, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Here are some tips you can use when it comes to cleaning your closet that will ensure a quick and painless experience.
    
Remove Everything from Your Closet

The best way to start the cleaning process is by taking every single item out of your closet. Cleaning out your entire closet is a sure way to assess your current wardrobe situation. Once everything is removed, you can figure out what you’re going to keep and what you’re going to get rid of. If you don’t initially empty out your closet, you’re going to ignore forgotten clothing items that are buried behind your favorite jeans, jackets or layering shirts.

Keep the Necessities — Trash the Outdated and Forgotten

You need to come to terms with the fact that you need to let go of some of your old clothing. When cleaning out your closet, you’ll want to throw out any clothing that you haven’t worn for a while to make room for new clothing items you might buy in the future. One major tip you should really consider when cleaning out your closet is to keep your basics. Clothing items like a layering shirt or a cap sleeve shirt are a timeless staple item in any outfit so you might want to hold on to them.

Once you decide on what you’re going to keep, you’ll want to get rid of any clothing items that you aren’t using in order to avoid creating clutter all over again. As mentioned before, things like a layering shirt or cap sleeve shirt are going to be items that you’ll want to keep, but seasonal items that you haven’t worn in years might not have room in your wardrobe.

Reorganize

Once all the clutter is taken care of, you’re going to need to reorganize your closet. Try to make sure that you put all of the clothing that you use frequently somewhere you’ll always see. Separate other clothing items by style or color to make it easier for when you are looking for an outfit in the morning.

It will take some work to get your wardrobe all cleaned up, but once it’s all done and over with, you’ll see that you’ll have less clutter and have a much easier time getting ready each day. If you’re looking for a few essential items to add to your wardrobe after getting rid of some unnecessary ones, check out the selection here at Heirloom Clothing.


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