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Closet Makeover: 3 components needed for success

Does your closet need a makeover?

Are you tired of dealing with clutter, disorganization, and the daily struggle to find the right outfit? Continue reading, as this blog post shares 3 key components needed to achieve a well-organized, visually appealing, and efficient closet.

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3 Components needed for a successful closet makeover:

  1. A closet design that meets your inventory needs

  2. A wardrobe with items you wear often

  3. An organization system with the right products that makes sense for you and the way you like to get ready

#1 A closet design that meets the needs of your inventory

If your current closet layout lacks the necessary hanging space, shelving, drawers, and other essential components, attempting to skip this crucial step and relying solely on organization and products in step #3 is akin to attempting to beautify a fundamentally flawed setup.

You won't address the root issues – the layout of your closet simply isn't functional for your needs. It's imperative to have the right amount of shelving for your shoe collection and hanging rods positioned at the correct lengths for your dresses, or arranged in a way that facilitates easy access to double hanging clothes. These elements are pivotal in streamlining your morning routine and ensuring a hassle-free start to your day.

#2 A wardrobe with items you wear often and know how to mix & match

When your closet is overflowing with items you rarely wear, you're not only squandering valuable space but also creating unnecessary obstacles in finding what truly suits you. Dressing according to your body type not only boosts confidence while wearing your outfits but also streamlines your getting-ready routine, as you become closely acquainted with your wardrobe and what complements your personal style.

If this seems overwhelming, hiring a wardrobe stylist can be a wise investment for those seeking to enhance their personal style, save time, build confidence, and make informed fashion choices.

On a side note I am redoing my closet (will share more in a future blog post) and have enlisted the help of Molly Hudson @thewardrobe.editor on instagram to help me purge some items I was holding onto, give suggestions on new mix & match ideas for what I won and create a master list of items needed in my wardrobe.

#3 An organized space with the right products that makes sense for you and the way you like to get ready

Organize your clothing and accessories in a manner that makes sense to you when preparing for the day. Perhaps you prefer grouping work attire or sorting by color for quick access. This is where the incorporation of organizational products becomes crucial. Consider adding a valet rod, utilizing drawer dividers, and employing labeled bins to keep your items neatly contained and easily accessible. I have written blog posts on helpful closet accessories you can find: here, here and here.

Closets do not get the appropriate attention (in my bias opinion!!) for how important they are to your daily routine. You start and end your day with your closet, so why not make it a positive and easy experience?!

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Thank you for stopping by!

Andrea Litsch Closer designer in Dallas Texas


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