Keeping It Nice and Tidy: 4 Tips for Organizing Your Closet


Your closet: how tidy and well-organized is it? Does it look even appeal or perhaps befit the entire chic and trendy outfit you’ve ‘stockpiled’ in there? Of course, deep inside your heart, you would fancy having it looking neat and expertly organized all the time. That way, finding the right clothes to pair to work in the morning or over the weekend will not feel like you're looking for a pin in a haystack. You will know where that favorite dinner dress and its partner heels are when you last wore your prized pair of jeans or even decide what clothes to shop next time.

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But one thing you probably don’t know is it doesn’t take a genius to keep it looking neat, sweet and de-cluttered and maintain it. No matter how big or modest it is, your closet isn’t too complex to carefully organize. In fact, with some inspiration, you are sure to make it look spectacular.

Some of the tips here will only demand a couple of minutes of your time, every day! Let’s start organizing the closet, shall we?

1.  Start from the bottom!

You’ve got to dedicate an entire afternoon because somehow, it’s going to be laborious. And starting from zero means, you remove every single garment from the closet and cleaning it. Deep-clean the whole closet; you can even vacuum each shelve.

Once you’ve adequately cleaned it, de-clutter all your collection by category, put your best romantic fillyflair.com dresses or your best pairs of suits in one place. Do so with all the other pants or trousers, t-shirts and tops, underwear, accessories, and even those shoes.

The reason to heap together clothes of a similar category is to help you sift through every outfit you own. You will decide which ones to keep and which others to donate.

2.  Next up, plan how they will look inside there

Now, creativity starts here, although, at this juncture, everything will depend on how small or big the closet is. Nonetheless, you should carefully choose which clothes to hang up, where to place them and generally how stunning the whole thing should look.

One thing to focus on is how the whole structure looks. If it has lots of vertical storage space with several hanging rods, you might have to hang up most of your clothes. But if most of it is built-in shelves and all of them are adequate for your categorized outfits, make your planning like an expert.


3.  Store them by category

This tip isn’t as obvious as it would seem. There’s a difference between stacking your tees up and arranging them to look neat and easy to pull out inside the cabinets. The main idea here is to combine your ingenuity with how the closet looks like.

You should store all the clothes by category while color-coding them to create a bit of grandeur inside there. Basically, hang anything sturdy, fancy or delicate and stack up thick ones like jeans, denim, cardigans, and sweaters, separately of course! While rolling those pyjamas and sweatpants, get some inspiration from the web. In fact, you should just let the many genius ways on the internet be your ‘shield and defender.’

4.  Final Tip: keep your frequently used assortment at an eye level

This includes all those ‘grab and goes’ combinations, jewelry and whatever you put when you are lazing indoors. Also, always observe the “one in, one out” rule as this will keep the closet looking stylish every day!


This tip isn’t as obvious as it would seem. There’s a difference between stacking your tees up and arranging them to look neat and easy to pull out inside the cabinets. The main idea here is to combine your ingenuity with how the closet looks like.

You should store all the clothes by category while color-coding them to create a bit of grandeur inside there. Basically, hang anything sturdy, fancy or delicate and stack up thick ones like jeans, denim, cardigans, and sweaters, separately of course! While rolling those pyjamas and sweatpants, get some inspiration from the web. In fact, you should just let the many genius ways on the internet be your ‘shield and defender.’

4.  Final Tip: keep your frequently used assortment at an eye level

This includes all those ‘grab and goes’ combinations, jewelry and whatever you put when you are lazing indoors. Also, always observe the “one in, one out” rule as this will keep the closet looking stylish every day!

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