As a fashion blogger, you want to make sure your closet looks as neat and tidy as can be. Imagine, opening up your closet and seeing all the pieces that you love, feel great about and the variety of options it presents to you to make you feel gorgeous inside and out. It truly is empowering to have a closet clean, organized and ready for you to become creative with the pieces inside. When it comes to cleaning this type of room, it can be a use undertaking. It can even emotional too because there may be some items that you don’t need but want or feel like you need to keep it because of the sentimental value and attachment you have towards it. Regardless, taking on this chore will help ease any frustration, confusion or irritably that your closet could cause you.
1. Marie Kondo Everything– If you haven’t heard of the Marie Kondo project, you basically go into your closet and look at each article of clothing. If the item sparks joy then you keep it. The rest of the items that don’t give you joy you can donate or give to charity. Marie Kondo has built her empire on building an organization empire on the thesis that we shouldn’t keep anything in our life that doesn’t bring us joy. It may sound ridiculous but many people believe in this method. Kondo explains that we can be grateful to items for the meaning that they bring into our lives without feeling guilty for partying with them. It’s time to clean out those dressers, the clothes are stuck in the back of your closet or ones that you continuously wear to your favorite outings with girlfriends to continue to wear.