A man’s wardrobe is the dreaded zone for both man and the woman in the house, with dirty suits piled up for a laundry, neckties and belts strewn all over, socks flooding the wardrobe pair less, shirts are hanging one over the other just on the verge of falling down and above all handkerchiefs are all stuffed in the dirty pants leaving nothing for a regular use.
Are you aware of the scenario as discussed above? If so, then it’s high time you look into the tips laid down below for a better Wardrobe management for the men in your house.
1. Segregate your clothes based on the usage:
The clothes for casual use and official use are to be arranged by creating enough space of each so that they don’t overlap and get cluttered. One can segregate based on the color like white, blue, black, brown, etc well coordinated with either with shirts or pants for official purpose and other for personal purpose based on the Wardrobe space. This is easily done with the purchase of clothes from Derby as the formal and casual shirts are well coordinated with their pairs in formal pants and jeans.
2. Organize the hangers for a better understanding:
The clothes in the hangers if taken out without coordinates and used with mix match, then the left out clothes need to be moved in front for better coordination in the future. This kind of management will not lead to clutter in the wardrobe and easy management of clothes, added to this have same kinds of hangers for a better view of the clothes. This is what all garment companies like Derby do with all their clothes hanged on similar kinds of hangers for the customers to have better look at the clothes rather than hangers.
3. Neckties and Belts are to be managed with accessory rack:
Neckties and Belts can be hanged on an accessory rack as kept in the Derby Showroom to manage them with ease without cluttering any in the morning hour rush. The accessory rack aids in segregating the neckties, belts and handkerchiefs in a better way of utilizing the space efficiently.
4. Hooks in empty places for de-cluttering hats:
Hooks can be placed on doors and empty spaces in the wardrobe to keep the hats and caps from getting cluttered and can be managed without getting lost in the pile of clothes when needed.
5. Keep a cloth hamper to avoid clutter of old clothes:
It is very easy to keep a wardrobe clutter free by donating the clothes that have not been used for more than six months to one year. This will clear the space and the wardrobe will be much easier to manage.