Create the Ultimate Tri Sigma Closet with Tri Sigma Clothing to Love
Tip #1: Organize your hanging Tri Sigma clothing. Use thin hangers to utilize space. Group Tri Sigma clothing by category―t-shirts, tank tops, long sleeve shirts, dress tops, pants, jackets―to make putting together outfits easier. Group Tri Sigma clothes by color, from light to dark to make creating outfits easier.
Tip #2: Create additional shelving with shelves that hang from the clothing rod. Use for Tri Sigma sweatshirts, sweaters and other items that might stretch when hanging. Plus, your favorite Tri Sigma leggings, sweatpants, pajama pants shorts.
Tip #3: Organize the top of the closet. Shelf dividers prevent leaning towers of Tri Sigma clothing. Also, canvas bins & buckets can bring order to an overpacked closet use to collect odds and ends such as tote bags, purses, scarves, work-out clothes, and out of season Tri Sigma clothes and shoes.
Final Tip: Labeling will help prevent disorganization in the long run. Label the hanging sections of clothing so when laundry day rolls around you know exactly where everything should be hung. Label bins and baskets so items can easily be found and put away.