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When arranging your closet for fall, don’t hang your sweaters—they’ll lose their shape and take the angles of the hanger. Instead, fold the sweater, then roll them and put them on a shelf. This will keep your sweater from getting wrinkled, while also allowing it to keep its appropriate shape.
Organize your closet by type of clothing. For example, keep flannel shirts and long-sleeve button-ups near each other, and keep your bulky sweatshirts and jackets together, away from the thinner shirts. This allows you to see all the clothing items you have because bigger items aren’t hiding your littler shirts.
Try on all of last year’s fall clothing, from jeans, to flannels, to big sweaters. Do the same with your summer clothes. If you find something that no longer fits, or something that no longer suits your style, put these items in a bag or a box marked for donation. Then, contact ClothingDonations.org, and set a day for us to pick them up! We make the process easy, and you’ll be helping veterans—your donation is a win for everyone!
Transitioning from your summer wardrobe to your fall sweaters is tough, especially because the beginning of fall can be quite warm. How do you make room for both? Start by keeping any summer clothing that can be worn in fall easily accessible. Then, pack up any summer clothes that you won’t need as the chillier weather approaches, and put it into storage!