With autumn in full swing and winter just around the corner, it’s time to revisit some essentials for clothes storage. The colder weather is a clear indicator that it’s time to organise and pack away those summer clothes so you can make room for all your winter woollies. Besides, why clutter your wardrobe with clothing you are not going to wear for the next few months?
Let’s face it, organising seasonal clothes can be frustrating as it takes more than simply tossing everything into a box and putting it in the loft. Unless you want to ruin your favourite dress or pair of summer trousers, you’re better off following these important tips on effective clothes storage.
has gone (or so it appears) and we’re all hoping for some warmer weather. With
that comes storing clothes which can be more challenging for some than for
others. If your wardrobe and chest of drawers are stuffed with winter woollies,
perhaps it’s time for a clear out.
some, storing clothes for all seasons is not a problem especially if they have additional
wardrobe space. They simply move their summer clothes to the front while
relegating the winter woollies to the back. Unfortunately, not everyone has
that luxury and you need to get creative with storage ideas.
With the heatwave dissipating somewhat and a distinct chill in the air, it’s almost time to pack away your seasonal clothing. More people are walking around with trousers and hoodies gearing up for the cold weather ahead. Enjoy the last bit of sunshine as one season ends, another begins and with that, our seasonal storage tips.
Many of us can divide our wardrobes into spring, summer, autumn and winter collections which makes storage slightly easier. However, limited storage space in your cupboards and drawers means your clothes could end up all over the place. In the end, we keep an obscene amount of clothes in one big pile with winter woollies and summer clothes mixed together. Worst of all is that we probably won’t even wear half of the clothes we own. Continue reading