Step 1: Cleaning Out the Wardrobe\nTo properly clean and then organise your wardrobe, you’ll need to start by removing all your clothes, shoes and accessories from it. Keep your clothes on their hangers and lie them on a flat surface such as your bed. Organise them into piles by clothing type. For example, t-shirts go in the first stack, pants in another and so on.\nNext, it’s time to clean. First, dust all your shelves and racks, which you can then follow up by using a surface cleaner to ensure everything is free from dirt and debris. Don’t forget to vacuum the ground around your wardrobe too.\n \nStep 2: Deciding Whether to Keep or Donate\nWith clothes already organised into stacks of the same type, it’s time to begin putting them back in your recently cleaned wardrobe. However, as you put them into the wardrobe, you need to consider whether you want to keep each piece or not.\nIf you haven’t worn a particular item in over a year and you are not saving it for a special occasion or has sentimental value, it might be time to consider donating it. Create a new pile of clothes you want to donate in a separate corner of the room. To save space, sentimental pieces of clothing could be put into a box to be stored.\n \n\n \nStep 3: Organising Your Clothes\nWhen putting your clothes back into your wardrobe, consider placing the clothing that you tend to always wear at the front of the wardrobe. For example, if you wear a long sleeve shirt and pants to work every day, keep them at the front of your closet.\nWhile it’s up to you how stringent your organisation is, such as keeping similar coloured clothing together within their types, it’s always best to keep ‘categories’ of clothing together. For example, t-shirts stay with t-shirts, coats with coats and so on. That way it’s easy to find that particular piece of clothing in a hurry.\n \n \nDepending on your closet space, you may need to consider folding some of your clothes and placing them in draws or on shelves. When deciding what to hang or fold, always consider what the piece of clothing is made from. Materials that are delicate or prone to wrinkling should always be hung, while more rigid fabrics are safe to be folded.\n \n\nClothes that can be folded:\n\nJeans\nChinos\nT-Shirts\nKnitwear\nPolos\nSports jerseys\n\nClothes that should be hung up:\n\nDress pants\nShirts\nBlazers and sports jackets\nCoats\n\nStep 4: Organising Your Accessories \u0026amp; Shoes\n \nWith your clothes put away, it’s time to move onto your accessories and shoes. Ideally, shoes should be stored on their own rack or within their shoeboxes. We like to use both systems, where we put our day to day sneakers, sandals and work shoes on the rack, and special occasion boots and dress shoes within their boxes.\n \nFor your ties and belts, they should be hung up in your wardrobe. This will help preserve the material, while also reducing wrinkles and shrinkage, compared to when these are stored rolled up. When storing your ties and belts, use a specially designed hanger, rather than a normal clothes hanger.\n \nWatches and sunglasses can be stored in padded cases that you can either leave on your dresser or stored on a shelf in your wardrobe.\n \n \nStep 5: Finishing Off\n \nCongratulations! You’ve organised your wardrobe. This will make finding the right clothes much easier going forward. Now all you have to do is make sure that you stick to your new organisation system and update any clothing for the changing season.\n \nUpdate your wardrobe with the latest new-season clothing from GAZMAN.