Shop these expert-approved must-haves to get a perfectly organized wardrobe.
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Perhaps the season for spring cleaning is over, but in our humble opinion, organizing your closet is always in style. While we’ve already gone over tips and tricks on how to sort the jumble of clothes in your wardrobe, today’s How To will show you the exact tools you need to achieve an orderly closet! We went straight to Lili Pettit, the creator of Clutter Healing, for her favorite must-have items. From drawer dividers to maximize your dresser’s potential to woven baskets ideal for displaying accessories, click through our slideshow to shop all of Pettit’s practical essentials now.
“Hang tags are available at any office supply store. They’re a great way to label bins or baskets that won't allow for a stick-on label.”
“I love the L.L.Bean canvas bags and bins from Serena & Lily for a play room, as they’re small enough for kids to handle and can be washed if needed. Serena & Lily offers chic bins and baskets that aren't plastic, which I loathe.”
“Plastic dry-cleaning bags are terrible for keeping clothing stored in the short or long-term. Fabric cannot breathe in plastic. I love cotton garment bags especially for gowns or sequined, beaded items that might snag other clothing items.”
“Clothes will always end up in the proper dresser or closet if they have these labels stuck inside. I see kid's clothes in the wrong kid's room so often. These labels make a huge difference! And they really do stay stuck on after washing and drying. I also recommend Name Bubbles Tag Clothing Labels ($22) which you can press and stick on.”