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As parents, we often feel overwhelmed with stacking roles and responsibilities. Keeping our child's wardrobe tidy and organised may not be at the top of our to-do list, and it's common for it to become cluttered and messy. However, fret not, here are some practical tips to help get things back in place.
The first step to organising your child's wardrobe is to declutter it. Go through all their clothes, shoes, and accessories and get rid of anything that no longer fits.
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To declutter effectively, start by sorting everything into three piles: keep, give, and toss.
Keep: The keep pile should include items that fit well and are still in good condition. Give: The give pile should include items that are in good condition but no longer fit or are no longer needed. Toss: The toss pile should include items that are worn out, stained, or damaged beyond repair.
Now that you’ve the “keep” pile, group them by frequency of use or clothing types to allow easy search of any items you need. Here is a suggested list of clothing types you could consider categorising them into:
Once you’ve successfully made more space in your child’s wardrobe and sorted them out, it’s time to maximise the storage space you have available. Closet dividers and organisers are perfect for this. Before getting them, measure out the space you have and how you would arrange them. Try to use vertical space fully.
Hanging organisers: Great for storing shoes, accessories and smaller items like socks and underwear Shelf Dividers: Useful for storing folded clothes Non-slip baby/children hangers: Get plenty of these. These are perfect for those tiny onesies or clothing items that can’t be folded well.
Tip: Labelling the drawers or organisers might be handy when your child is old enough to search through their wardrobe to find what they need.
By separating items into sections, you'll be able to see everything at a glance and easily find what you need.
With these practical tips, you can conquer the challenge of organising your child's wardrobe. Remember, decluttering regularly, organising by categories, and maximising storage space are the keys to maintaining a tidy and accessible wardrobe. By implementing these strategies, you'll save time, reduce stress, and make getting dressed a breeze for you and your child.
Embrace the joy of an organised wardrobe and enjoy the benefits it brings to your daily routine.