The Clothes Closet

Diane LeWand LeWand Organizing

Here is another installment in our series of closet organizing posts. The first post focused on the Entry Hall closet and included some closet basics that are repeated in this post.

Getting Started

It goes without saying that a good purge is the first order of the day when you are struggling with limited closet space.  [If you don’t wear it, if it doesn’t fit, if it is out of fashion, if it reminds you of something or someone you don’t want to remember, or if you don’t feel your best in it, toss it or donate it.] read more

One In and One Out

I’ve been on a hunt for a new dressy winter coat for quite a while. I kept my old one, since I didn’t have a replacement yet, even though I hadn’t worn it for a few years. But I decided it was ridiculous to hold on to it when I wasn’t wearing it and there were people who actually needed a warm coat to use. Out it went.

With the help of a stylish pal, I finally found a great new coat. When I brought it home, I did what I always try to do when I update my wardrobe: I looked for the old one to put in the donation pile. read more