Decluttering wardrobes can be one of the hardest things to do. Clothes which are bought over a number of years hold particular memories of life events.
Clothes always build up over a number of years and the real secret is to make sure you declutter on a regular basis.
There are also shoes, bags and other items you may need sorting out into a better organising system.
Decluttering wardrobes means sorting out your clothes and other items into piles at the time of decluttering.
There’s a keep pile, donate pile and a bin pile. You may also create a fourth pile which is a customise pile.
Clothes that you really like would go into the customise pile. The only issue with this is to make sure you re-adjust the hems, seams and any other customisations. Otherwise it just becomes another junk pile if you do nothing about it.
Once your piles are sorted, you can through the process of donating, keeping and throwing way.
Once your wardrobes are fully decluttered, you will be able to find items easier, know what is actually in your wardrobes and get a sense of wellbeing back.
The secret is to do it on a regular basis.