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5 Simple Ways to Manage Your Wardrobe

Every dress or outfit has made you feel special always, so let us also give them a little breather by maintaining your wardrobe.


Gift your clothes a happy wardrobe. Every dress or outfit has made you feel special always, so let us also give them a little breather from the cluttered wardrobe. A simple solution to make your wardrobe look clutter free !

Here are five simple ways to manage your wardrobe:

Clean and Make Room

Take out all clothes one by one and pamper them – Wash,Iron,Folded and Hang them carefully. This way, you learn about your clothes and arrange in their significance of home clothes, night wear, formal, casual, Indian, expensive etc. Every week cleaning and giving clothes to breathe help fight the bad odour from clothes and retain their longevity.

Spend Time With Your Wardrobe

During your free time spend time with clothes as it helps understanding your wardrobe when there is a crisis. Mix and match outfits with accessories and experiment on yourself which outfits go best. Tag along your friends and have a homely fashion show to learn what looks best on you. This utilization of time will help you majorly in the morning maniac or any time crunch.

Update Your Wardrobe

Donate old or ill fitted clothes, update your wardrobe and bring in freshness in style. Make a list of new style trends or missing elements and budget them down.Pre-plan your shopping expenditure and things to buy, to save over boarding expense.


Segregate your wardrobe in order of preference such as daily wear, weekends, party wear, etc. This shall help you locate all required clothing or accessory every time you open the cupboard.

Digitalize Wardrobe Manager

Managing a wardrobe every week looks like a lot of work, so in the modern times, there is a digitalized wardrobe manager in which you can post your outfit options or make your fashion catalogue and manage it online.check out.

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Written by Smita Diwan

Smita Diwan is a Media & Communication evangelist with 15+ years of steady growth. She has served across diverse verticals of Broadcast Journalism, Corporate Communications, Digital Media and Public Relations. A fitness enthusiast, Smita devotes her ‘rare’ free-time to yoga and meditation. As she strongly believes that the right balance is the key to steady growth.

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