Making sure that your closet is organized can save you time when getting ready in the morning and can improve the visual aesthetic as well.
Organize your shoes by style. I store all of my sandals on the top shelf and sneakers
Sort undergarments into individual drawers. These plastic drawers are an easy and affordable storage option.
Fold and stack clothes evenly and use bins to store clothes if needed.
Sort hanging clothes by shirts, pants, dresses, etc. Within each category, sort clothes by arm length and color. When hanging clothes, make sure all clothing articles face the same direction and are within their designated category.
Use a t-shirt folder like this one from the container store to make shirts fold evenly.
Use a hanger organizer like this one from the container store to easily find hangers and eliminate taking up extra space on your clothes rack.
Choose hangers that match for an aesthetic that is easy on the eyes.
Once your closet is organized, take a few extra seconds when putting laundry away to make sure everything is in the right place and facing the right direction. By taking a few seconds to do this, it will be easy to keep up the organization. And, of course, do not forget to clean out your closet every 3-6 months to sell or donate items that no longer fit, are in style, or are part of your go to wardrobe.