Not at all expensive, closet organizers will make your life -- and mornings -- a lot easier. Simply using a garment rod or even a simple hook will create a staging area for outfit coordination or to store empty hangers. A jewelry drawer or box to house and organize your baubles is also a must. Every closet comes with a pole – and we know what to put on those; however, it is the little things that you don’t know where to put.
Arrange by season
Every six months, rearrange your closet so that the current season's items are easily accessible. Keep the items you’re using in view – you can always store off-season clothing under your bed, inside plastic storage containers with lids, in an attic or spare room that you don’t access often.
Take the "Do I Really Love It?" test
Ask yourself this about each item. If you truly did love that black studded clutch or Indian-silk top bought on a vacation, you would have worn it within the last year, right? If you can't remember wearing an item within the last 12 months, resist the temptation to return the item to your closet and instead, donate it.
Let go of clothes not in your size
Whether they were your favorite jeans five years ago when you weighed 15 pounds less, or your best black skirt is two sizes too big, get rid of any clothes that no longer fit. We tend to hold onto a lot things we HOPE to fit into again…as the years go by all it does it cover up what you have.
Repeat, repeat, repeat.