Many people use the change of season to banish unworn clothes from their wardrobe and make room for something new.
Too many clothes in the closet? Often you don't even wear half of it. Nevertheless, it is sometimes difficult to part with some clothes. Who knows if you won't enjoy it again soon. If you know such or similar problems and still want to create more space in your wardrobe, you should use a simple method when mucking out, which organization professional Anita Birges recommends according tothe portal Home Beautiful.
Which clothes did you wear, which didn't? At the end of a season, it's easy to take stock. (Symbolic image) © Westend61/Imago
Sorting out clothes – which clothes do you really wear?
At the start, you should hang all existing clothes upside down in the wardrobe by hanging the hanger from behind on the bar. From now on, every piece of clothing you have actually worn should be hung in the closet in the right direction after washing on the hanger. This continues with each piece of clothing worn for a predetermined period of, for example, six months (or another period according to the season).
Cleaning out the closet - a simple help with the hanger
After the six months, a balance is drawn: Which hangers have not been turned over? The dresses, which still hang upside down on the bar, have not been worn for a whole season. And can, according to the recommendation, banish them from his life. The three-second rule is also intended to help eliminate the chaos in the wardrobe.
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Donate or sell clothes that are no longer worn
Clothes that are no longer worn but still in good condition can be donated or exchanged. Various second-hand platforms or a flea market app, for example, can also be used to turn second-hand clothes into money.