No matter how much space you have in your wardrobe, it always seems like there’s never enough room for everything. However, if you maximize the space you have, you’ll be surprised by how much you can fit. Check out these amazing tips for organizing your dresser to make building the perfect outfit easier.
Utilize Drawers Properly
If you have the option to spread things out between a dresser and a closet, save the dresser for things that either don’t stack on shelves or hang on hangers very well. Here’s a quick overview of things that you should store in your dresser:
Keep Everything Separated
Use saved shoe boxes or organizational bins to keep different clothing categories separated and avoid everything jumbling together in your dresser drawers. This way, you’ll know for sure where things are and when you’re running out of something. Plus, it’s way more satisfying to look at.
Organize by Use
Whatever you typically use most often (socks, underwear, bras, etc.) should be in the top half of your dresser. Meanwhile, things you don’t use as often should be at the bottom. This makes it much easier for you to access what you need every day.
Roll and Fold
We’re all guilty of tossing things into our dressers without folding them, but this usually leads to a mess. Instead, take the time to fold your clothes and stack them vertically so that you can see everything in the drawer, sort of like a bookshelf. Roll your scarves and underwear to make them more compact, and stack your bras on top of each other like spoons to save space.
Following these amazing tips for organizing your dresser should help make it easier to find everything in your wardrobe. While you’re at it, why not organize your closet to save space and style, too? You’ll be surprised by how good organization can give you more room for expanding your collection.
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Erika Marie is a fashion and beauty writer as well as a hardcore vintage clothing enthusiast. In her free time, she can be found thrifting for hidden gems to add to her collection.