Learn how to declutter your clothes and get them organized. Plus some other helpful tips for decluttering and organizing the master bedroom.
This week we are focusing on the master bedroom and bathroom and I am specifically talking about how to declutter your clothes. We are in week three of the Clear the Clutter Challenge. In week one, we talked about how to declutter the kitchen and in week two we talked about how to declutter the living room.
We are also rewarding a special winner every Friday with a Starbucks treat! If you want a chance to win, share your decluttered space on Instagram or Facebook using the hashtag #cleartheclutterchallenge2019
Week 3: The Master Bedroom and Bathroom (How to Declutter Your Clothes)
We will be spending the next 5 days in the master bedroom and bathroom. If you need extra time, the weekend is left open for you to use. You can sign up to receive the free printable calendar below. If you are new, look over the challenge details. Join our Clear the Clutter Facebook Group to share your progress, struggles, or questions!
Tips for How to Declutter Your Clothes
Our closets and dresser drawers can be a source of frustration and can lead to frustration with all things clothing related. I cannot count how many times I have opened the closet only to exclaim I have nothing to wear! It is hard when nothing fits right, is too worn out, or not something you love.
However, I do believe that we can create a closet of clothes we love. In fact this is why I have slowly been putting together a semi-capsule wardrobe.
In order to cultivate a closet we love, we have to get into the thick of it.
Step 1: Take all of your clothes out of the closet and dresser and place them on the bed.
Step 2. Try everything on and look at yourself in the mirror.
Ask yourself these questions: Do I Love this? Does this fit me well? Does it have damage?
If you answer no to any of these questions, place the piece of clothing to the side. We do not need to keep what does not work well.
Step 3. Look at what you have placed in the keep pile.
Lay everything out and look for any holes in your wardrobe.
Items I love to have on hand: Jeans, White Tee, Black Tee, Cardigans, Leggings, Couple Dresses. I have found having the essentials helps and then you can fill in the gaps.
Step 4. Evaluate what is in the do not keep pile.
Can you resell or donate?
Step 5: Put the clothing back.
I prefer to use all white hangers in my closet and then have a couple of drawers in our dresser. Honestly, I do not fold a specific way and just put things in there rolled up.
Meet the Hosts of the Clear the Clutter Challenge
JACLYN OF COFFEE, PANCAKES, & DREAMS
Jaclyn lives just outside of Cleveland, Ohio. She is a mom of three + married to her college sweetheart. She blogs about family activities and traditions, home decor, and favorite finds at Coffee, Pancakes, and Dreams.
BRITTANY OF DREAMS + COFFEE
Brittany is the face of Dreams + Coffee, a lifestyle blog focused on family, fitness, healthy living and style. She has a passion for staying fit, eating healthy, pretending to know a thing or two about fashion, and most importantly, spending quality time with her husband and daughters. She is thrilled to be living out her passion for writing and editing through the blog as well as through her freelance writing career.
BRITTANY OF OUR HOME MADE EASY
Brittany is passionate about helping everyday women create extraordinary homes the easy way! As a busy working mom, she understands that when possible, getting something done is better than making it perfect. She & her family live in Ann Arbor, Michigan in a home they built 5 years ago. Brittany writes at Our Home Made Easy where you’ll find quick dinner recipes, easy DIY projects, and home decor inspiration that anyone can create!
CHECK OUT THEIR TIPS FOR HOW TO DECLUTTER AND ORGANIZE YOUR BEDROOM!