Easy Hacks for Closet Organization and Stress-Free Summer Style's featured image

June’s here, and summer’s in full swing! Time to ditch the heavy sweaters and embrace breezy linens and vibrant sundresses. If you haven’t already, it’s time for a seasonal wardrobe makeover. No more digging through piles of fleece! Just pick out your favourite outfit and enjoy the sunshine.

Ready to make this dream a reality? Here are some easy tips to get your summer wardrobe ready:


The Seasonal Swap-Out

Pack away those winter woolies! Invest in some under-bed storage containers or vacuum storage bags to maximize space. This not only declutters your closet but also keeps your winter clothes fresh and protected until next season.

The Power of Categorization

Group similar items together – tanks with tanks, dresses with dresses. This way, you can easily find that perfect floral maxi or that trusty pair of denim shorts you’ve been craving for poolside lounging. Kick it up a notch and include colour as a second category.

Utilize Dividers and Organizers

Tired of tangled necklaces and overflowing drawers? Drawer dividers and hanging organizers are lifesavers! They keep everything neatly separated and accessible, adding a touch of visual serenity to your closet. Learn more about organizing your drawers in our blog: Time to Clean Out Your Drawers. 

Embrace Vertical Space

Hang everything you can! This frees up valuable drawer space for folded items and keeps your clothes wrinkle-free. Bonus points for colour-coding your hangers – it adds a pop of personality and makes outfit planning a breeze for those impromptu barbecues and beach days.

The “Does it Spark Joy?” Test

Be honest with yourself. Does that neon green shirt from last year truly make your heart sing? If not, thank it for its service and donate it to a good cause. Surround yourself with clothes you love and feel confident in – they’ll make you shine all summer long! Find more organizational tips from Marie Kondo in our blog: Inspire Yourself with the Show Tidying Up with Marie Kondo.


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