Make sure that there are no summer or warm weather clothing still hanging in your main closet. Double check for stains, holes, missing buttons when you remove the clothing.
Make a second pass through your fall/winter clothes. If you haven’t worn the garment yet, why not? You may be done with it- time to donate! Some things just don’t look good or fit today like they did years ago. Take time for a “try-on”- if you haven’t worn something try it on. Be picky about what stays in your closet.
Make your mornings effortless by re-arranging your closet to suit you. Hang clothes by shade or organize types of clothes (blouses, tops and dresses together) so that you can pull your outfits together fast.
Re-winterize your shoes and prep them for messy winter weather by waterproofing them with a spay.
Hang light weight sweaters on slim, velvety hangers and fold heavy sweaters so they don’t loose their shape.
Hang your coat in a separate closet- always button, zip and check for stains before hanging up.
January is a perfect time to add to your wardrobe – go “sale-ing”. A new sweater or top can really help alleviate the winter blahs.
Organizing your closet- even if you only have a half an hour- will energize you.