How often do you find that you own a forgotten fashion item in your closet? I think the answer is quite often, and this can be explained by the fact that our clothes are so tightly packed in drawers and cupboards that it’s impossible to see each item.
The problem of losing the number of your own fashion items, combined with the need for sustainability in fashion, leads to one and the only solution that has to do with decluttering your wardrobe. As most of us imagine, to do this, we need to discover the hidden treasures of our wardrobe and get rid of as many clothes as possible.
1. Discover the hidden treasure – Make things visible.
The first tip to do this is to get through all of your clothes and just keep things that you either really need or love. In order to be successful, you need to ask yourself some fundamental questions. These questions shall cover the following:
-Do I love it?
-Do I wear it?
-Does it fit me?
-Is it well maintained?
-Is it a “smart” fashion item that matches my other items?
2. Donate your unwanted second-hand items
The next tip is to decide which clothes you’re going to donate. Mothers who have so many clothes that their children are no longer wearing, in particular, should donate those clothes and shoes to other families in need. This is going to make you both have a neat wardrobe and a heart full of love and happiness.
3. Create space for your seasonal clothing
Indeed, there are some smart fashion items that you can wear all year round. This is not the case, however, with all of our clothes and shoes. So, you need to keep seasonal clothing separate, so that you can easily find what you need for your everyday use, or even for a special occasion. Some of the products you’ll definitely need are general-purpose cloths, assorted vacuum bags, and non-slip clothes hangers.
4. Maximize Storage Space
Finally, make sure you take advantage of every possible spot in your wardrobe. For example, if you buy some of the best storage products, you’ll be able to store small items, such as jewelry or even hats, nicely and visibly, where most of the time was lost among the other fashion items in our wardrobe.
The Borw Team