by Alison Syrett Cleary
Courtesy of Lucky Mag
Because it's all too easy for even the best-intentioned closet cleaning to turn into an afternoon of taking selfies in your old prom dress-while surrounded by haphazard ankle-deep piles of clothes, of course-we've provided some helpful guidelines to keep you on track. Read on for seven simple steps for organizing your closet in just one day.
See more: 8 Outfits Men Love on Women1. First, you need to get organized. Have grocery totes on hand for separating items into these categories: 1. Things you are keeping but need to get tailored. 2. Designer or vintage pieces you no longer want, but could possibly resell. 3. Goods you plan on donating. Be sure to mark each bag clearly, and keep all three in a clean space to avoid cross-contamination with laundry and clutter. Also, have a notebook and pen on hand to document any holes in your wardrobe; that will help focus your shopping later on and make for an easier closet refresh down the road. Less impulse purchasesRead More »from Winter Wardrobe Refresh: What to Toss, What to Keep, and What to Buy