The New Year is just around the corner, meaning it's time to be out with the old and in with the new. How does this translate for one area of your life where you likely spend a lot of your time? Overflowing, unkept closets are overdue for an overhaul. Whether you constantly claim you have nothing to wear or you're just in the mood for a New Year refresh, the first place to tackle is your closet.
Reworking your wardrobe can be a daunting task, so to streamline the approach, we've turned to our favorite fashion girls to see how they keep their pieces impeccably in order. What better place to look for epic closet organization inspiration than the wardrobes we covet most? In order to get the ball rolling for 2017, we've rounded up celebrity closet organization hacks you'll want to copy to get your clothes in order for a fresh start to the year.
See the ways five of our favorite fashion girls keep their closets organized below.
"Since Alba's closet space isn't large enough to accommodate all her clothing per season, we rotate it twice a year. This generally includes a pretty big edit," Lili Pettit tells Who What Wear.
"My shoes have the prime position because I'm obsessed with shoes," Miranda Kerr has told British Vogue of how her shoes and handbags are the centerpieces of her closet.
When The Coveteur got a glimpse of Teigen's closet, they saw the secret behind her impeccable off-duty style was a mix of highs and lows. "Her actual wardrobe was a mix of the highs—Balmain jackets which she promised are beyond worth the investment, and we're inclined to believe her—and more affordable pieces," they wrote.
Mary Astadourian of Details Organizing, who worked with Kardashian to create her dream closet space, told Vogue that they took the aesthetic inspiration from how stores like Prada and Gucci are merchandized. "One of the reasons it’s like that is that stores don’t ever put too many things on one shelf. We try to apply that idea. We don’t stack too many sweaters together, and we’d rather have a lot of shelves with four or five items on each one. Otherwise, it gets really messy, very quickly."
Palermo shared on her website a hack for keeping her closet smelling nice and clean. "Add a bit of freshness by placing air fresheners (in your favorite scent) either on the wall of your closet, inside drawers, hidden under the kitchen sink, etc. to give a burst of fragrance to your clothes and your rooms," she wrote.
Head to the comments to share closet organization tricks of your own.
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