How to organise your wardrobe so getting dressed every morning is a doddle

So you find getting dressed in the mornings SO much easier...

Let's be honest, wardrobes can be stressful affairs. And no matter how many pieces you own, it's easy to feel like you never have anything to wear.

Which is why we've spoken to expert Practical Princess' Elika Gibbs and Virginia Feacey, Country Manager UK at second-hand designer resale site Rebelle, to find out how we can all lead less cluttered lives.


1. Start with one big clear-out


Virginia suggests going through every item in your wardrobe and adding to 'SELL', 'MAYBE', 'CUSTOMISE' and 'TOSS' piles. Get more advice on how to start this process and see how I got on with a mass clear-out right here.

Elika suggests to try things on as you go "because you may have forgotten about a missing gem that's been sitting in your wardrobe that you normally bypass. You might be able to alter it to make it more current.

2. And then continuously edit your wardrobe

Virginia recommends starting a one-in-one-out policy, to avoid cluttering. "For every new item you purchase", she says, "an old one needs to go. Or, if you really want to test yourself, try two."

Why? Elika tells us, "If you don't edit your wardrobe, you might think you have loads of clothes but actually, it's just that you have volume of things that no longer fit or are dated.