5 Carrie Bradshaw worthy wardrobe tips

This would be more for the ladies of the home.

Need some help organizing your wardrobe? Check out the tips below.

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Dreaming of a walk-in wardrobe to rival Carrie Bradshaw’s but don’t have the space or budget? The Home’s senior stylist Marjorie Silva shares her best storage solutions to help make the most of your closet – no matter how (Mr) Big it is.

1. Be creative.

Look at spaces that you would normally ignore – under the bed, underneath long dress spaces in the wardrobe, or on top of cupboards. Look above and below and ensure you’re maximizing all the available space.


Dreaming of a walk-in wardrobe to rival Carrie Bradshaw's but don't have the space or budget? The Home's senior stylist...

2. Hang it up 

Adding hooks to the inside of your cupboard doors for accessories such as scarves, belts or jewellery is a clever storage trick. Line the back of the door with felt to reduce noise.

2. Hang it up 

Adding hooks to the inside of your cupboard doors for accessories such as scarves, belts or...

3. Think about lighting

Adding lights to the inside of your closet not only makes your clothes look great but helps you see what’s in there, stopping you from forgetting items bought seasons past.

3. Think about lighting

Adding lights to the inside of your closet not only makes your clothes look great but...

 

4. Be ruthless

Clean your unwanted items at the end of each season. If you didn’t wear an item that season, it’s time to reassess; donate, sell or store.

4. Be ruthless

Clean your unwanted items at the end of each season. If you didn’t wear an item that season,...

5.  Colour Code

Categorizing your items by colour can make your current clothing more visually enticing, and as a bonus help stop the urge to shop!

5. Colour code 

Categorizing your items by colour can make your current clothing more visually enticing, and...

(www.homelife.com.au)

 

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