Bring Out The Spring In Your Closet
Spring is in the air and if you’re motivated to do some spring cleaning, your closet is a great place to start! When the season changes, so should the arrangement of clothes in your closet. Whether you store seasonally or not, heavy sweaters and winter fabrics should get moved out of prime real estate and lighter clothes should transition in. The spring transition doesn’t necessarily mean making a dramatic shift to summer, it’s a gradual change and clothes should be added in accordingly. That’s why always keeping clothing in order is important, because you’ll know where to find what you need. I like to store off season extras up high and out of immediate reach.
Your seasonal wardrobe and storage needs will change depending on the size of your closet. Of course if you have the space to spread out it’s easier to keep every little thing in it’s place. The reality is, even if you have an expansive closet, you probably fill it up, and then some. So how do you keep an always growing, changing, ever evolving wardrobe organized? The number one solution is to regularly edit your entire wardrobe. This involves the sometimes daunting task of going through every item. Working with our professional organizers not only makes this task much quicker and easier than doing it on your own, but they also ensure a much more thorough overhaul. When you look through your closet on your own, the typical response is, “Oh, I know what’s in that section, I want to keep it all”. It never fails, if we get into the details of every item, you will either find something forgotten about or realize there’s something you can purge.
Give your wardrobe a thorough overhaul this spring, it will not only give you firm knowledge of exactly what you own to help determine what new items to bring in for the spring/summer season, it will also leave you feeling wonderfully organized!