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How to organize your clothes for the week ahead

Sunday arrives and, after two days of well-deserved rest, it’s time to think about the upcoming work week.

Monday will be hard anyway, but you can make it more bearable by thinking and organizing your combinations of clothes for each day and not wasting that precious time in the morning.

It’s not always easy to hit the nail on the head for that important meeting, do an interview, visit a client or be comfortable throughout the workday, and one mistake can hurt us.

To get it right, it is important to follow a few very simple steps.

Plan the week

It seems obvious, but it may be the most important thing.

Look at your schedule and check what work and leisure activities you have throughout the week. You may have to work and then you have met with friends, or you have to go shopping or something else.

Once you know what you are going to do each day, make a list (mental or in writing) of the clothes you have in your closet that fit the needs of that day.

Now the order you have in your house and the closets you have available to prepare your combinations of clothes for the week becomes more relevant now.

The organization and division of your walk -in closet can provide you much homework. For this, there are a series of accessories such as pants or shoe racks that will help you keep everything organized.

Keep an order

That mental or written list of the clothes that you have in your closet is very important to find the right outfit that you will wear every day of the week.

It’s very simple: a Smartphone and a computer can help you archive photos of the clothes you have in folders and review them before opening your closet and starting to combine skirts, t-shirts, pants, shirts and blouses, among others.

In fact, there are also applications to categorize the clothes you have in your closet.

In this way, you can record everything you have and add keywords to make it easier to find the clothes you are looking for.

Time to combine

With this in the back of the artists, they have moved with speed and have invested heavily especially on the kind of cloths that they put on every time they are in public places.

With the information about the activities that we will carry out and the clothes that we have in our wardrobe, it will be much easier for us.

It will always be useful to look at models on the Internet and look for combinations when inspiration does not hit you.

Clothing brands or online stores show photographs with dressed and dressed models that will help you choose one or the other option in case of doubt.

Combine colors that help you project the image you want and use the clothes according to the formality required by the activity, event or work that you are going to develop.

It is very important to complete your combinations with accessories that give a personal touch to your clothing and make a difference, to have them organized it will help you to use drawer organizers.

Leave everything ready

If you have a spacious walk-in closet, several hangers or plenty of space, try to separate the clothes you are going to wear that week from the rest of your clothes.

That way you will not hesitate every morning and you will have it much clearer when dressing. We do not realize that not all clothes and looks are designed for all people and body types.

As you can see, it is possible to save time if we manage to organize ourselves every week from Sunday and think carefully about the things we have to do.

All part of a well-structured and meticulous agenda, which will help us find the perfect combinations for our work and social life.

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Hey, my name is Wilhelmina! I'm an executive for a designer company. I love my job but also, I love to explore different things such as traveling and the amazing food that is available in those places. I also love all aspects of fashion and beauty and lifestyle itself I also like to express myself and that's where this blog comes in. A blog is the perfect medium for me as it enables me to share with you my heart and passion....

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