Transitioning Your Closet

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Hey Fashionistas!

I have started transitioning my summer closet into fall. This has been a 2-week process and I am not even close to being done! I noticed so many ways I could have made my closet transition a lot easier.

I want to help give you fashionistas some tips for transitioning your summer closet into fall.


  1. Storage Space

It is SUPER important that you have a place to store your summer wardrobe after you remove them from your closet. I recommend buying storage bins. You can buy these bins from Wal-Mart or any other super store. There are all types of sizes and you will be able to find one that fits your need. I like using these bins because I can fill them up and store them in my basement. They are out of my way and there is plenty of room for my fall and winter clothes


  1. Get rid of it if you can’t fit or wear it.

I know…letting go of things is super hard…especially when it comes to your clothes. I highly recommend analyzing each piece in your closet before placing them into storage. I try on everything and check for signs of wear. This will help you with your summer wardrobe next year. You’ll be able to identify quickly what you need to add to it. This includes your summer sandals as well. I know I can be a little hard on sandals, so sometimes they chip and peel. I throw these shoes away because I know by next summer they will not be wearable.


  1. Hangers

I strongly recommend buying a few sets of hangers. Fall clothes are a lot heavier than your winter clothes. After all the use of your hangers after the summer season they become very worn. A fresh pack of hangers will help support the weight of your fall clothes and you will be able to avoid buying them in the middle of the fall season.


  1. Organization

This is a major key! Don’t just throw your fall clothes in the closet! I like to separate my clothing into categories. I recognize what can be folded and what can be hung. I also look at the lengths of my items to determine where to place them in my closet.


  1. Use your Drawer Space

You do not have to limit yourself to just your closet! Use your drawers! This will help you avoid over stuffing your closet. Make sure you organize your drawers as well and fold your clothes nice and neat. It will help provide you with more room.


  1. Add more space

If you’re like me…I have way more clothes than space. In this situation buying extra drawer space is key. You can by a plastic drawer storage for additional clothes. They are small and easy to move around. You could also go out to your local thrift store and pick up a used small nightstand or small dresser.



I promise you Fashionistas if you follow these tips your closet transition will be a breeze!


I am a 25 year old from 219, Indiana. I love shopping for pieces that are different and that I know nobody else will have! But one thing I hate about shopping is going broke doing so. Throughout the years of me working in retail, I have picked up a lot of tips and tricks for saving LOTS of money when shopping. I also go against trends by Vintage shopping. I find pieces that I can pair together to create works of art. You can call me a penny pincher, but I'll look BOMB while pinching my pennies :)

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