How to Organise Your Wardrobe, Support the Planet, and Carve Out Your Personal Style
Clearing out and organising your wardrobe is the first step towards better, and more sustainable personal style. Whether you're inspired by the new season, or looking to feel more productive during lockdown — the process of sorting your clothes is a positive move for the planet, and your bank statement.
A full wardrobe clean out is an opportunity to identify the pieces that truly bring you joy, refine your seasonal edit of clothing, and repurpose garments that you've forgotten about. Some pieces might rejoin the ranks of your coveted closet, while others might be better suited for resale, rental, or upcycling. As for items like old socks, worn knickers, and soiled fabrics, there are tons of places in the UK that will take your unwearable clothes, and recycle them into packing textiles to fill things like mattress toppers and car seats.
If you're a little emotionally attached to your wardrobe, then keep reading ahead for how to organise your clothes and accessories in four simple, easy, and fun steps.