Got some time this weekend? As the weather slowly warms up, it may be a good time to start thinking about switching your wardrobe from winter to spring. Here are some tips to help you do just that. —Vita Daily
Clean out your closet: Before you start organizing your clothes, it’s important to declutter your closet. Get rid of any items that no longer fit, are damaged, or that you haven’t worn in a while. Consider donating or selling items that are in good condition.
Store your winter clothes: Once you’ve decluttered your closet, it’s time to store your winter clothes. Pack away your heavy coats, scarves, and gloves in plastic storage containers or vacuum-sealed bags. Be sure to label the containers, so you can easily find them next winter.
Take inventory of your spring clothes: Before you start organizing your spring clothes, take inventory of what you have. This will help you determine what you need to buy and what you can keep.
Organize your clothes by category: When organizing your clothes, group them by category. For example, put all your shirts together, all your pants together, and all your dresses together. This will make it easier to find what you’re looking for.
Store your spring clothes: If you don’t have enough space in your closet for all your spring clothes, consider storing them in under-bed storage containers or in a separate closet.
Add some colour: Spring is all about bright colours and prints. Consider adding some colorful pieces to your wardrobe to freshen it up. Pastel colors, floral prints, and lightweight fabrics are perfect for the season.
Rotate your clothes: To keep your wardrobe fresh, consider rotating your clothes every few weeks. This will give you a chance to wear all your spring clothes and keep your outfits interesting.