10 good resolutions for the dressing room

In January, like every year, you decided to play sports, eat better and stop being late in the morning. But did you note in your good resolutions that it was time to optimize your dressing room? Because even if this prospect is not wildly exciting, it’s the best way to save time in the morning and feel light and efficient all year long! Come on, we’re motivated!

 

1. I give what I do not put anymore

First and foremost, the top priority is to get rid of all the clothes we do not put on and we will certainly never put back. Otherwise, what’s the point of wasting time putting away and sorting out unnecessary clothes? So we go out all his things on the bed, we make fittings and we honestly wonder if we really want to wear each piece of clothing. Afterwards, we make four piles: the clothes that we keep and that we will put often, the clothes that we keep but that we prefer to store (like the ceremonial clothes and the ski suits), the clothes that we want to sell and those we give.Phew, we already feel lighter and we see more clearly in his business.
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2. I put away summer clothes

If you have not already done so, you sort out the summer and winter business. Because it’s not really worth bothering with shorts and small flowing dresses when it is 8 ° C, and even less heavy pullovers when the weather announces the heat wave. So we invest in storage bags and covers that slip under the bed, the bottom of a closet or in height, provided we do not see them anymore!

 

 

3. I do a great cleaning in the dressing room Normally at this point, your dressing is more empty than ever, since all your belongings are still classified by battery. Take the opportunity to get ahead of your spring cleaning by polishing in this place that rarely sees the sponge and tip of the vacuum, you will not regret it.

 

4. I fold, I suspend and I put away

Now it’s time to put away! To better visualize one’s business, one puts the clothes of every day at hand, suspends the maximum of clothes to hangers and puts the underwear and the socks in compartments dedicated. According to his personality, we sort by color (clear on one side, dark on the other), by type of clothing (high, low) or by ready-made outfits (top + bottom). And if we really want to achieve perfection, we take the example of the international storage specialist, Marie Kondo!
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5. I take care of my shoes

If your shoes are piled up at the bottom of the dressing room or drag in the entrance, it is time to act! Invest in a shoe cabinet or take the time to make one (our DIY ideas). Take the opportunity to make a wax and waterproof bomb on all pairs.Here is a good thing done!
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6. I do not forget the moth

It would be a shame if all these efforts were negated by a colony of hungry moths, right? So quickly, we rebuild the stocks of moths, focusing on natural solutions that scare these mini-monsters while taking care of our health and the planet. Choose from: cedar balls, lavender sachets, thyme or laurel bouquets, Aleppo soap pieces or thyme or cedar essential oils.

7. I want a dressing that smells good!

If the smell of your natural mothproof is not enough to absorb musty smells, think also to slip bath salts or chalk on the shelves. Grandma’s tricks for a dressing that smells good!
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10. I hide my closet … or I show it

And now that your dressing is perfect, you have two solutions: make some arrangements to hide this little corner of paradise looks (you would not want to envy) or otherwise succumb to the latest trend of staging it on a pendant …. And why not both ? Happy new year!
How to hide your dressing room?
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