Organize a wardrobe by separating clothes into color families and then by the type of clothing, such as skirts, pants and tops. Make finding and putting together clothes easier with an organized closet with help from an image and etiquette consultant in this free video on fashion.
Hello, my name is Gabriela Garzon, at G.G. Image & Etiquette Consulting, in Miami, Florida. In this clip, I'm going to talk about how to organize a wardrobe. A wardrobe is basically what you are going to choose, in a daily basis, meaning, what you're going to wear to work everyday, what you're going to wear for parties everyday, whatever it is that you actually do in a daily basis, so in your closet ready to go, you should have things that you wear daily, not like a cocktail kind of party thing, that you're going to wear once every three months, so that is going to make it easier to start with, so what you're going to do, is that you're going to divide every piece of clothing by colors. If you have all your dresses, you're going to divide them. Black, prints, dark prints, and like the light colors, then you're going to go ahead and put the skirts. Then, you're going to divide them in pants by color, so that way, it's easy for you to just go ahead and pick what it is that you're going to wear. It's just easier when you have it by color, and by the piece. Here, you have the tops by color, same thing, black, then the jackets, so what you're going to do, is that every morning, because you're going to have an organized wardrobe, you're just going to kind of pick the colors, and just go ahead and put it together, and you're ready to go in the morning. Once again, this is Gabi Garzon, at G. G. Image & Etiquette Consulting.