Some tips about how to organise your clothes and say goodbye to your messy wardrobe where you never find anything! I hope you like it . • Edit your wardrobe. Get rid of anything that is permanently stained, irrevocably torn, or too big. Then add anything you haven’t worn for two years to the pile. • Invite a friend or family member whose opinion you trust to act as a critic of your entire wardrobe. Discard accordingly. • Divide your wardrobe into winter and summer clothes. Make sure at the end of each season that clothes are clean, pressed, mended and packed away until they are needed again. This will free you up to see what you really need now. • Fashion editors keep the boxes that their shoes came in, stick a Polaroid of the pair on the box and stack boxes like a shoe shop. Easy to see, neat to store. • Buy essentials in multiples - have enough underwear, tights and socks for two weeks. • Hang up your clothes every night, put your shoes away, and put your dirty laundry in the laundry basket. Then lay out your clothes for the next day, making sure they’re clean and pressed. • Have two laundry baskets - one for whites, one for coloureds. It’s time-consuming to sort the weekly wash, and even more time consuming to deal with clothes that have run due to not being correctly divided. • Do a wardrobe plan - almost like a weekly menu. Have enough combinations for a two-week rotation to allow for cleaning. Then stick your plan on your wardrobe door.