Sunday, 7 September 2014

Style: How I Organise My Bedroom Wardrobe

It's that time of year again when you give yourself the task of de-cluttering your wardrobe and bring out those key pieces from storage.  I thought I would share how I organise my space and some useful tips:

Blazers and Jackets

I have just purchased a new black blazer by ASOS.  This is a great staple piece and will be used mostly for occasion wear. 

I also have my black wool and faux leather biker jacket by Zara.  I have had this for about three years now but love the uniqueness of it.


Currently, I just have the one blouse which was previously featured (here).


I adore the denim on denim trend and have the best ASOS shirt for this.  


I do not own a lot of dresses.  I tend to spend a lot more on occasion wear so usually sell them and put the money earned towards the next.  I do, however, have a black knitted dress by FCUK which I have started to wear in the office and a floral sundress by ASOS which I intend to pair with my biker jacket; tights and boots/flats.


I am not going to admit how many pairs of jeans I own.  What I will say, is that they are organised by colour (dark to light)!


From lightweight v-necks to chunky-knits, you name it, I have it covered with a range of colours and small detail.  Again, these are organised by colour. 

Printed Tops

I tend to hang all my tops and have a variety of different prints which I aim on pairing with neutrals.


I am yet to find a good way to hang my skirts so only have the one hung which is another ASOS buy, previously featured (here).


Basic t-shirts are another great staple for your wardrobe.  I personally prefer them loosely-fitted.  FCUK offer a great selection.  I am also a fan of ILY Couture's statement tees


I presently have a pair of ASOS Skinny trousers, previously featured (here). 

Lastly, if you find that there are items you will not wear again, consider donating them to charity. 

Hana xx

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