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4. They edit clothing and accessories frequentlyOrganised people cull their wardrobes regularly. I recommend that you follow their lead and, at the end of each season, look at your apparel and get rid of anything you haven’t worn. Give yourself permission to toss stained or torn items, to donate ill-fitting or uncomfortable clothes, and even to let go of items you simply don’t wear because they are no longer your favourites. Many people demote clothing to being ‘house clothing’ because they don’t want to make any real decisions. As a result, they end up with a large quantity of clothes they wear only when relaxing at home. I recommend you try to avoid this delay tactic. Instead, allow yourself one to three ‘house outfits’ and donate the rest. Also, if you want to keep sentimental clothing such as children’s outfits, old sports uniforms or concert T-shirts that you don’t wear, consider removing them from your primary clothes-storage spaces and store them in your attic, garage or at the back of your wardrobe. Alternatively, you might consider taking photos of sentimental pieces and then letting them go.
4. Open capsuleA capsule wardrobe is a small collection of clothes and accessories worn frequently (for a particular length of time). All you need is piece of furniture at hand that stores this. In this way, one can have a small, efficiently organised storage space within the bedroom. Additional clothing can be stored at a different place – the dresser chest, a nearby closet or store room.Check out ways to live large in a small closet space