The Ultimate Guide to Keep Your Kid’s Wardrobe Organized
Being a parent is trickier than it meets the eye. And the challenge increases if you are a working parent running between your home and office every single day. Whether it is tidying up your kid’s hooded T-shirt or warm leggings, wardrobe organization is a crucial task in any parent’s life.
Keeping that in mind, we have come to you with the ultimate guide to keep your kid’s wardrobe organized. So, without any further ado, let us dive right in.
How to organize your kid’s wardrobe
If you are looking for a way to reduce the clutter and keep everything tidy here are the tips that will help you out.
Start from scratch
You can control the clutter if you are not willing to start from scratch. Our first advice is to empty your closet before you start your organizing process.
This way you get to see all the available items you already have in the closet. Make sure you also have all the items from the laundry basket as well. An empty wardrobe will visually help you with the planning of your next step.
Divide them into categories
Now that the wardrobe is completely clean and all the items are in front of you, it is time to divide everything into categories. Here are the categories you can sort your kid’s dresses into.
Wearables: In the wearable category, you should pile up the dresses that perfectly fit your kid right away. You should also keep the season in mind, and put only the seasonal clothes for your boy or girl into this category.
Storage: In this category, you only put items that are too big for your kids or not specific seasonal pieces. For instance, if it is during the hot summer, then your kid’s favorite fur boots go into storage.
Donation: Now this pile includes the clothes that your kids have outgrown and no longer fit. If they are still in great condition, you can choose to donate them to the baby bank, or charity.
Organize current clothes
Now that all the items your kids will wear later or you plan on donating are sorted, it is time to shape your wardrobe back into place. At this time, the number of clothes in the wearable category should be manageable.
- Instead of stacking one cloth on top of another, at first store them vertically. This will offer you a better visual of what you are dealing with.
- You can add dividers to the wardrobe for better cloth management.
- Add a storage bin to your organization to better manage random accessories like noise-reducing slippers, Headbands, Gloves.
Keeping the wardrobe tidy for the future
Now that your wardrobe is organized here are some tips to keep it that way for the future.
- Whenever your kid outgrows a dress, immodestly put it in the donation section
- Take 5 minutes every day to keep the wardrobe in check
- Put shoes away in a separate space.
We understand that keeping your kid’s wardrobe organized can be a tough job. Simply follow these to have an easy time with the tasks and stay tuned for more updates.