"The consequences of being disorganized can sometimes be financially disastrous, emotionally overwhelming and physically exhausting". - Sheila Augustine Bartol
- The emotional clutter caused by emotional shopping. In this case you are using shopping as a means to fill a void. Often times that need is not met and the clothes take up space in your closet. Some with tags still attached for the longest time because you didn’t need them or really even want them to start with.
- Hoarding for all kinds of reasons from memories you don’t want to let go of to hopes of fitting that hot number again is another huge reason people have over crowded closets and ultimately clutter. Lets face it, how many of us have a bedroom sized space converted to a huge professionally partitioned closet with islands and floral arrangements and lounging chairs and live size images of you and your style icon displayed etc? Unless you have been blessed with this dream closet that holds your warm weather clothes, your cold weather clothes and everything in between then you need to snap out of that hoarding honey. Letting go will not only declutter your closet and your life but would put you on your way to that dream closet space.
You can get even fancier and use color coded boxes to separate by brand. Your shoes stay dust free and you know exactly where each pair lives. Confessions of a shoe whore, lol.
Accessories: An over the door shoe rack, a towel bar and even the rungs of a ladder all make great displays for your beautiful scarves and jewelry. You might actually get to wear them all if they are in view.
If you are like me and you want to pick out the next day's oufit along with every accssesory you'll pair it with from belts to tights to bags then make the valet pole your best friend. It helps me stay organized not to mention save time during the mad morning rush.