How to put your wardrobe in order

Every time when you open your wardrobe you cannot find the item you look for or it is so full that there is no place to put your newly-purchased pair of jeans. You think you have nothing to wear or your clothes are out of fashion or none of them fits or suits you. Maybe it is time to check what is hidden in your wardrobe. Here are some steps that you could follow in order to achieve amazing results when putting the clothes-press in order.

  1. Try each piece of clothing on

Before doing anything professional London cleaners advise you to take absolutely everything out of the wardrobe. Then put on (or at least make an attempt to) all the items you have stored. Keep the ones in which you fit, the others you had better throw away. Probably you will never wear them any more as they are not your size. You might be able to fit into them in the future but they will be already out of fashion so do not hesitate to get rid of them.

  1. Throw away the clothes you have not worn for more than a year

If there is something that you have not put on for a long time, probably it was a mistake to buy it or it just does not belong to your style. Make exceptions only for items that have accidentally sunk in the piles. Or you can try to remodel some of them, for example shortening a pair of jeans so that you can wear it in the summer.

  1. Create a section for special ones

There must be some clothes in your wardrobe that you wore only once but at a special occasion. Cleaning London experts say you can keep some of them but do not go to far. If these pieces of clothing are too sentimental or you think you will put them on soon, leave them. But this section must not be quite big as probably their will be more memorable moments and consequently clothes to keep.

  1. Make a list of items that need replacing

If you have four black shirts but they have lost their authentic colour, it is better to remove them from your wardrobe, replacing them with a new one. You may need to wear it two or three days in a row but you will enjoy and everyone will have a look at you.

The garments that remained after the processes of classification can be put back to the wardrobe. London cleaning agents advise you donate the others to charity. You cannot or do not want to wear them any more but there are people who need these clothes. Thus you help not only yourself but also society.