Do you have a closet full of “I don't know what to wear”?
A new year is about to begin and we want to give you some tips so that you can do a closet detox and receive 2022 with space in your hands and shelves for the new clothes, trends, colors and styles that a new year brings.
1. Make 4 groups and separate the spaces to divide your clothes and accessories.
1. Select and locate each garment and accessory according to each of these categories.
- What garments remain fixed in your closet.
- What items can go?
- Which garments should you fix or modify.
- Memory drawer.
- What you should remove from your wardrobe Clothes / accessories / shoes
- In poor condition (broken, discolored or stained)
- Worn or that hurt or squeeze.
- What does not favor you according to your body or colors.
- That which you do not feel comfortable or you are not going to take the time to experience.
- The "orphans" that you do not know how to combine or use occasion.
- Organize your closet by category and colors Ex: Coats, blouses, beachwear... etc.
- Make a box, with your favorite aroma, carefully fold and store the clothes that go to the memory drawer, that shirt of your favorite artist, your first bathing suit or your grandmother's coat.
- Don't forget to have a full-length mirror near your closet.
- Try to have appropriate lighting in your space arranged for this purpose.
- Organize this space periodically and do this exercise every semester maximum, and thus optimize time and space.
- Other questions you should ask yourself in this process.
Have I used it in the last 6 months?
Is it stained, unstitched or missing any pieces?
Do I have it for sentimental reasons?
Is it my size, and does it make me feel comfortable?
Does it reflect my style and personality?
Would I buy it again?
- Clothes, accessories and shoes that are in good condition but you no longer want them to be part of your closet, you can donate them to a foundation.