For many people, their wardrobe is a higgledy-piggledy mess of items shoved in any way they will fit, sometimes with more than one thing on a hanger and sometimes the hangers are not all facing the same way.
For others, their wardrobe is a thing of organised beauty. To the extent that opening their wardrobe is like walking into a high-end boutique.
So how do we achieve this level of organisation?
Having a wardrobe OCD offers many ways of organising your wardrobe and can be valuable, in the sense that it will save you time when choosing what to wear, clothes will be easy to see, and if hung properly will not need ironing before wearing.
First things first, ensure only one item of clothing is on one coat hanger. That way you can see exactly what clothes you have.
For a beautiful visual effect, you can’t beat organising your clothes within the wardrobe by the colour – in shade order fading from light to dark.
But especially for women’s wardrobes, there are other ways of organising due to the sheer range of clothes types.
So instead of organising only by colour, you could organise by type – grouping all the trousers, skirts, dresses and blouses together.
With SuperGlide Wardrobes, this can be made easier with our internal wardrobe packages which offer full-length units and half-length units making hanging by type easier, with the blouses, trousers and shorter skirts in the half-length units.
Within these categories you could then sort by colour as well, so each section of the wardrobe is a wonderful gradient of shades.
You can organise the shelves and the drawers in the same way – by type and by colour.
Of course, arranging your clothes like this, unless you are naturally this organised, may take some time, but imagine the beauty when you slide back your SuperGlide wardrobe doors and see piles of colour matched clothes on the shelves, and clothes hanging, unwrinkled, and easy to access in type and colour order on the rails.
When your clothes look beautiful and organised getting dressed in the morning will become a pleasure rather than the normal stress of not being able to find anything that matches, or finding what you want to wear is scrunched up at the back of a drawer.