The Great Fall Clear Out: Clothes Edition

Hello lovelies!! Today I am sharing what I did to go through all of my clothes. This included my purses/bags, undergarments and socks which I do not include photos of. Like I said in the introduction post of the series, I am trying to apply the Marie Kondo method of cleaning out. She suggest to stick to a category rather than going room by room, but my bedroom is my primary focus. I have two closets six drawers of clothing to go through. When you see the after photos you will see that I got rid of a lot. I had 1 bag of purses/bags and 3 bags of clothing. Almost all items were donated to charity or given to friends and family.


img_1909 img_1910 img_1911Top to Bottom: Closet 1, 2, & 6 dresser drawers


I emptied out both closets and drawers all out onto my bed. I then picked up one piece of clothing at a time and made my piles.



Once I went through everything. I felt light and accomplished and really love everything that I kept. You’ll notice that you can see everything hanging in my closet, which I really am enjoying. As far as the drawers go, I finally accomplished the task of fitting all of my t-shirts into one dresser drawer. I was also able to go down to 5 drawers instead of 6. (More room for beauty products, haha)

img_1937img_1936Top: Closet 2 Bottom: Closet 1

img_19354 of 5 drawers that now house clothes

Well that is round one of the Great Fall Clear Out. What do you want to see next? Let me know! Have any of you recently done a clear out? I know this is a popular thing to do when spring comes around, but I like to do this a couple of times a year. Subconciously I think that I moving sort of toward a more minimalist lifestyle. That is all for today. Have a great week!


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