Clothes are not just pieces of rags to cover ourselves. They mean more to us and our fashion says so much about us. According to American fashion designer, Marc Jacobs, “To me, clothing is a form of self-expression. There are hints of who you are in what you wear.” Many people like to vent their current mood or state of mind through the dresses that they wear. In our day-to-day life, we style ourselves according to the situations. Formal wears, casual dresses, party wears, sleeping wears, sports wears, ethnic wears and many more are constituted in our fashion statement on a daily basis. If you are going to the office you dress in formals, for parties you choose party wears and for exercises or sporty events you wear sportswear.
When it comes to fashion enthusiasts especially women, clothes and accessories are the top of the list in their shopping routines. Many women buy specified clothes for a specified event and never wear them. Now, what happens to these dresses? They take up space in your wardrobe and simply lay there for years. With passing time, such clothes taking considerable space in your cabinet, cleaning your wardrobe becomes a nightmare for you. You always have the option of hiring professional cleaning services in Bangalore or anywhere near to your place to take care of the situation for you but it might become a costlier affair.
On the way to save money, you might go through some serious elbow greasing and time-consuming work cleaning out your wardrobe. If you decide to do it yourself, then this blog right here might help you in easing up your work for you. Here are a few tips that will help you when you finally take up to de-clutter your wardrobe.
Sorting out the redundant ones from the required ones
You can start by putting some buoyant music and sorting out your clothes that you really need and the ones that have been taking unnecessary space. Take everything out of the cabinet and then you need to ask yourself some tough questions. With each and every cloth you need to ask yourself, have I worn this in the past year? Does this fit me anymore? Is this dress in fashion anymore? Is the material still in good shape? If the answer to any of this question is no, just discard it away. That dress or skirt is nothing more to you that clutter and the best hiding place for pests like cockroaches, spiders, rats and dust mites. Don’t be defensive of these good for anything clothes or it might cost you further in the form of pest control services.
Clean the entire cabinet and reorganize
Once all the clothes are out of the wardrobe, it becomes very easy to clean out the cabinets. Just take a wet cleaning cloth and dip it in a cleaning solution that is available at your home and wipe out the shelves, corners, and the cabinet walls. Then take your vacuum and use it to eliminate whatever germs and bacteria are left out after the wiping. You can hire professional deep cleaning services and see them doing exactly the same thing. After a thorough clean up you can begin reorganizing your dresses in a specified pattern. You can arrange them in order of your weekly routine or size-wise or theme-wise. It’s up to you how you want your clothes to be available to you when you need them the most. This process also helps you in getting your clothes even when you are in a hurry.
Disposing of the discarded clothes
The final step is throwing out redundant clothes. We understand it’s very hard for you to do it. If you are hiring professional cleaners to do this you don’t have to throw them away yourself but when you do you need to do it properly. You can reuse many of them or donate some old clothes to people who really need them. You can recycle the clothes that cannot be thrown out into many useful cleaning clothes or rugs or table clothes.
Once done with everything you will be looking at a new and organized wardrobe that you thought would never be sort in this life. The secret is to keep it together and complete the job at your own pace rather than freaking out. Good luck!