Get it Together: Tips for a Spring Cleaning Closet Overhaul

Photo by: CJ Isaac, R29
If you line up your shoes front to back with the arches touching, you'll save inches of space. For flats, lay one on top of the other.
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Photo by: CJ Isaac, R29
If you line up your shoes front to back with the arches touching, you'll save inches of space. For flats, lay one on top of the other.
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Thu, Mar 14, 2013 6:28 PM EDT
By Connie Wang, Photographed by CJ Isaac, Refinery29



Whether your closet's the size of most people's dishwashers or not, there's always something to clean, to organize, to weed out, or to add. And for those of you who like clothes as much as we do, the closet should be our happy place - somewhere where we can dream about the day, be a little selfish with our thoughts, and get lost in a swirl of colors, prints, and labels. But when your drawers are barfing sweaters, and your shelves are spilling pants, it's hard to be zen when putting together an outfit.



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No more, we say! Get it together with seven cleanout tips we swear by, from figuring out a way to hold onto more of your T-shirts to making the most out of hard-to-reach places. Soon, what used to be agonizing - "What do I wear?!" - will be inspiring.



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