How to get rid of Clothes Clutter

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I have been thinking lately that keeping a lot of clothes for the future is a more serious problem than people realize. It’s not just about having too many clothes, it’s also about having too much “stuff” in general.

Trying to keep enough clothes for the future can lead to clutter and hoarding.

How To Get Rid Of Clothes Clutter: A blog about getting rid of clothes clutter.

I find that I have way too many clothes. I’m not a hoarder, but I do have a lot of clothing. When I count them, I have over 200 shirts, 100 pairs of pants and shorts, and 50 pairs of shoes. That’s just my everyday wear! This is not counting formal wear or workout gear or extra clothes like raincoats, coats, jackets, etc.

I’ve been trying to get rid of clothes clutter lately and today I want to share with you some tips on how you can do it yourself.

1) Get Rid Of Your Irregular or Unworn Clothes – If you haven’t worn a piece in the past year, you probably don’t need it. If you haven’t worn it in two years get rid of it! You don’t need to be constantly reminded of the thing sitting in your closet that you haven’t worn. If you have something that doesn’t fit anymore, donate it or sell it so that someone else can use it. If you still feel attached to it even though you haven’t worn it, buy a small box and put the clothes in there for 1 month. If at the end of the month you still feel attached to the item then put it back into your closet with a date on

There is a solution to your clothes clutter problem . You may be surprised to hear this, because most people think of clutter as something that needs to be eliminated from their lives. But in fact, clothes are just another form of stuff, and you need to get rid of stuff.

What exactly is stuff? Stuff are things you don’t really need or use. When you have too much stuff, it becomes clutter. We need to explore how you can get rid of your clothes clutter.

Clothes clutter comes about for many reasons. Sometimes people hold onto old clothes because they think they will fit into them again one day. Sometimes they buy lots of clothes when they fall in love with something and want to show off their purchase by wearing it all the time. Sometimes they have a sentimental attachment to an item of clothing that no longer fits and hasn’t been worn in years .

When you don’t wear an item of clothing for some time, it can end up being stored away in your closet or drawers only to be forgotten about. This is known as “clothes clutter”. When you can’t find the items you want when looking for them, this is also known as “clothes clutter.” Do any of these situations sound familiar? If so, you might be

I have always been a bit of a pack rat. I love clothes, and I have an amazing closet bursting with fabulous outfits. But sadly, I also have clothes piled up on my closet floor. It seems that I just can’t get rid of them.

I started to become concerned when my winter coats were taking up space in the summer and my summer dresses were filling up my closet in the off season. Now, every time I open my bedroom door, it’s a mess! I was constantly tripping over bags and boxes of clothes.

Trying to get rid of these boxes has been hard work: an impossible task. So what do you do when you have too many clothes?

My house is pretty small, and I live alone, so there isn’t a lot of room for clothes that are less than perfect. I used to have a huge collection of clothes in my closet. Most of them were unworn, because it took me a long time to find something that fit, was comfortable, and made me feel attractive.

Trying on clothes is stressful and time-consuming. And if it’s so hard to find a few things that will work, you don’t want your whole wardrobe to consist of clothes you’re only 70% sure about.

So I decided to stop buying anything unless it was something I liked 100%. But then I ran into another problem: what am I supposed to do with all the old clothes I already own?

Here’s one solution: get rid of them! Don’t fall into the trap of thinking you’ll “get back into” those jeans or that dress later on. If they fit now, they’ll still fit when you get back into them. And if they’re not fitting now, you’re probably never going to wear them again anyway. Make room for new clothes!

         Clutter, it’s everywhere. It lurks in the far corners of your living room, spills into hallways and bedrooms, and even creeps into the bathroom. But what exactly is clutter? According to Wikipedia, clutter is defined as “the state or condition of being cluttered.” That’s all fine and good but what does that mean?

In the previous post about decluttering the bathroom I mentioned that clutter can be defined as anything you don’t use on a regular basis. This may not seem like an entirely accurate definition but it works for me. I try to use everything I own at least once a year. If I can’t think of a specific reason why I own something or if I haven’t used it in over a year, out it goes!

When I started to declutter, I didn’t know what to do with my clothes. They were clogging up the house and taking up way too much space. I decided I wanted to get rid of as many as possible, but where was I going to put them? My husband’s closet was full and he wasn’t about to give up his precious hanger space for my stuff.

Towels were another issue. The towels that came with our house weren’t the softest or the most absorbent and I hated using them to dry off with. So, when I started looking into getting new towels, I couldn’t believe how much they cost! Even if they were covered in pink flamingos or had some other cute design on them, I thought they should be a lot cheaper than they were.

When you start decluttering your home, it’s important that you take a good look at the items you want to get rid of and decide where they should go. You don’t have to figure it all out right away; just pick a few things at first and work from there. But you do need to have some definite ideas on how you want to handle your “stuff” before you start getting rid of it.

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