Remove everything from your closet and organize into shirts, bottoms, dresses, etc. Evaluate each item and decide to retain, give, or destroy. This will let you start over and just retain what you need and love.
To optimize closet space, use hanging organizers, shelf dividers, and storage bins. Use these tools to organize your clothes, accessories, and shoes.
Sort and color-code your garments by category (e.g., workwear, casual, formal). This strategy looks nice and helps you find things fast, particularly in a hurry.
Slim hangers conserve space and appear consistent. Slim hangers keep clothes from sliding and keep them looking their best.
If your wardrobe is small, rotate your clothing seasonally. Vacuum-seal or label out-of-season commodities. This lowers visual clutter and makes room for current season's clothing.
Strategically fold sweaters and pants to conserve hanging space. Use vertical folding or the KonMari method to enhance storage and visibility when stacking.
Use shoe racks, transparent shoe boxes, or hanging shoe organizers. Keep them off the floor to protect and display your collection. Label boxes or take images to easily discover the right pair.
Wardrobe organization is continuous. Each season, review your wardrobe, remove unwanted pieces, and organize. Maintenance keeps clutter at bay.