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Organizing methods for those who say “I bought too many clothes to tidy up the closet”

When you buy new clothes with the arrival of the new season, have you thought about the reason why?
I often hear about the trouble people have when they buy too many clothes and then don’t have enough space for these clothes in their closet.
There are a variety of reasons for buying too many clothes, including shopping as a hobby, releasing stress, impulse buying, somehow feeling like you don’t have enough clothes, and the like. Considering why you buy too many clothes will reduce the failure in closet storage as well.

When clothes won’t fit neatly into the closet, people tend to think about buying storage goods and storage furniture as a means to solve the problem.
In the case of buying too many clothes, however, you need to figure out ways to organize more than storage methods.

Here are some ways of organizing to solve the problem of buying too many clothes to tidy up the closet.
[1] Sort into groups (sort by color and shape)
[2] Dispose of clothes as necessary (sell, hand down)
[3] Develop ways of purchasing (decide rules for shopping)
[4] Develop storage methods (how to choose hangers, how to use drawers)

[1] Sort into groups (sort by color and shape)

Sorting into groups, means sorting the clothes in your closet by color and shape. Sort your clothes further by type after sorting them by type of clothes, such as tops, bottoms, dresses, suits, and the like. Tops can be sorted into jackets and inner wear (blouses, cut-and-sewn), inner wear can be sorted into long-sleeve and short-sleeve, and so on. You can then sort these groups further by color and application.
When you sort out all of the clothes you own in detail this way, you realize that you have multiple clothes of the same color and application.
Consider your lifestyle and then figure out the application and color of clothes you need, as well as the type of clothes that you buy often. When you do this, it becomes easier to think about the items that don’t need to buy and those that you should buy, which in turn leads to shopping without waste.

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