1. Keep only what you wear regularly
We’re not asking you to be like Mark Zuckerberg and wear the same thing everyday to work, but if you haven’t worn those pair of jeans or t-shirt since you graduated from school, then you probably won’t ever again. As a general rule, put those things you haven’t touched in the last six months into the recycle bin. Besides, that would give you the perfect excuse to go shopping.
3. Hang your clothes
It’s always easier to go through clothes that are hung up instead of trudging through a mountain of clothes folded and stacked to the ceiling. When purchasing a wardrobe, look for those that allow you to hang your clothes (or as much of them as possible).
5. Make space for your accessories
It’s easy for loose earrings, necklaces and bracelets to collect dust when you leave them on the dresser table and you also don’t want to lose those pair of diamond earrings. So devote an entire drawer to your accessories and compartmentalise them so you know exactly where everything is.
7. Use your wardrobe door
Don’t forget to use the space behind your wardrobe door. You can attach hooks on the door to hang your favourite bags and scarves for easy access. You can also use it to hang up your outfit to plan your OOTD at a glance.
8. Use old shoe boxes
Before you toss these old shoe boxes into the trash, see if you can fit them into your drawer space. If they do, voila you now have extra storage boxes to further compartmentalize your items for a neater drawer.