The closet has historically been at the wrong end of jokes many times. ‘Skeletons in the closet’ is a phrase that has been in use for around a hundred of years. For many of us who regularly use the closet, cleaning it out is a sad phase of life. It usually becomes the haven to store our best and most comfortable outfits and also the place to hide items not to be found easily by siblings and parents. It is highly recommended, nonetheless, to clean out the closet, literally, at least every couple of months so that your gorgeous clothes will not be affected.
Figure Out Your Favorites and the Frequently Used Ones
If you plan on donating some of your clothes to the second-hand store or a needy society, then make sure to have a pile demarcated. The easiest way to sort through your clothes with efficiency is to make a list of clothes that you wear frequently. Work clothes, and your favourite clothes that you wear everywhere should be listed down here. If you want to change your style, then take this opportunity to figure out which style to adopt as well. If your cleaning job goes smoothly then you will even have the possibility of patting yourself on the back for a good job in self storage service.
Start the Purge
Make sure to steel yourself so that sentimentality does not get in the way of your cleaning job, check this quality mini storage box. Firstly, take out the clothes that will not fit you as there is no point in keeping them anyway. Then sort out the ones that are too worn out to be worn anywhere. Then take the ones that do not suit your tastes and styles anymore as you will not wear them again no matter what you tell yourself. Pick out the ones that you actually want to give away to charity. If you feel like there are still too many clothes in your closet then you can always go for the self storage service.
In the last phase of the closet cleaning, you have to double check that you only have what you can actually wear. Take this opportunity to start your own fashion show. Grabbing family members with good fashion sense would actually help you in this phase. Start trying on the clothes that you have decided to keep with you and check with the family member whether it actually suits you. If there are clothes that do not look good on your or does not fit you as it should, thrown them onto the charity pile immediately.