When the seasons change it is important that you prepare and organize your wardrobe to make getting dressed easier. Here are some simple tips to help you prepare your wardrobe for winter.
Put your non-winter clothes away – Putting your non-winter clothes away will make space for your winter staples and also help you organize your space. Look at bringing out your heavy winter coats, long sleeved tops, pants, sweaters, and scarves.
Arrange your clothes – Look at arranging your clothes by type, then color and finally by length to give you a clear idea of what you have at a glance. Arranging your wardrobe like this will make getting dressed in the mornings a lot easier and help you put together outfits that look more stylish.
Organize your cold-weather accessories – Your cold weather accessories will include gloves, scarves, and hats. Placing them in clear plastic bags or transparent organizers is a great way to know what is exactly inside.
Install racks or hooks – Hanging some winter items may be necessary to maintain their shape. Look at hanging structured jackets and blazers, but fold sweaters and scarves to avoid stretching.
Be careful with your boots – Boots are a staple in winter. If you are placing your boots at the base of your closet, remember to wipe them clean before putting them away. For ankle or knee high boots, stuff them with newspaper to help them hold their shape and to reduce damage.