One day, you find yourself waking up to a beautiful sunny morning. You don on that fabulous business suit you bought the other day. You've been very excited to wear it to work and to pair it with your favorite stiletto shoes.
But as you opened your shoe closet, you're facing a stack of shoes piled on top of another. So you dug through the mount. You may have found those stiletto shoes but the next thing you knew, you've wrinkled your suit and you're late for work. Does this sound familiar to you? Or does this happen to you all the time? Maybe it's time to straighten things out and tidy up your closet.
An organized closet is not only pleasing to the eyes. It also prevents accidents to happen such as tripping over those cluttered shoes. Most importantly, it could save you time from searching for those pair of shoes you want to wear. Thus, no one would ever disagree how advantageous a well-organized closet is. Here are some easy tips that are easy to follow and understand, season after season.
Get your shoes together in one room. You must separate them into two groups: one, for those that are still suitable for wear and the other group for those that have already worn out. For the first group, you must distinguish which ones are fine and which ones do need repair. Separate the shoes that need repair and make sure to bring them to a shoe shop. As for the second group, you have to keep or throw them away to save space. You won't be using them anyway.
Categorize the shoes into two sets. The first set should be shoes that you often wear and the second set would be for shoes you seldom use. Then within each set, sort them by color.
Look at the pairs and try to remember if any of them doesn't fit you. You have to put them out. Secure only the shoes that you like and could wear.
Check out the number of pairs that has remained. If it doesn't fit in your closet, you may need to buy organizers such as bags that can contain shoes and that can be hung inside the closet.
Upon placing the shoes in the closet, lay the pairs that are the occurring season's favorites up front. Keep the shoes for other seasons in boxes and it's suggested that you print a picture of the shoes and place it outside the box so it's easy for you to identify the next time you search for something.