The wardrobe is the sacred place for most women. Men collect sneakers, cars, stamps, pens, women, and women collect clothes. This logic is not that far from the truth. Depending on the mood a girl can pick a number of different clothes and change them, several times per day. Keeping track of which is where is important to those that have lots of clothes. Men can use this advice as well. So how do we arrange our wardrobe.
For starters you need to divide the clothes by any given cleaners Yiewsley mark.
It could be by type – tops, bottoms, shoes, hats, neckties, you name it. If you have drawers a good advice is to store items like socks and underwear there. Some fancy shirts would fit just fine as well. Especially if you want them ready for use.
You could separate them by seasons – Summer clothes at winter go deeper into and in to the further drawers, or the highest shelf. They come back forward in summer, while the winter ones go behind.
If you have lots of top clothes – jackets, dresses, polos, you can hang them in a specific order in the wardrobe. Lets say the thinner ones, that go under a jacket or a coat, go first, then the polos, then the jackets and then the coats.
Socks can be stirred rolled into balls. Put two socks together, side by side and one atop the other. Then roll them into a barrel. Afterwards open the outer ones entry hole and wrap around the roll. This will keep the socks together, and they will take smaller space.
As cleaners Yiewsley advice, store the hats at the top shelves. The expensive ones are to have plenty room around them. Do not hang hats, unless they are like capes, cheap ones, because that may stretch the fibers and bring them out of shape.