he has a minimalist wardrobe.
she has a consistent style of clothes.
both of them hang up their clothes wherever there's space on the rack - pants, shirts, blazers, tops, dresses all mixed together.
it's easy for him to see what he has, but it's hard to decide what top goes with what bottom.
she's run out of space so she's resorted to double or triple layer her tops on one hanger - that means she only wears what she can see on the outermost layer.
closet organisation in 3 hours.
we arranged his clothes according to the occasion: work or weekend. long sleeved shirts with blazers on the left, sportswear and going out shirts on the right. sturdy wooden hangers worked better for his clothes due to his wide shoulders. we saved space on the rail with pants hangers, and put his formal shoes in the cupboard since he hardly uses them.
we hung up each piece of her clothing on thin velvet hangers which took up less space than the wooden hangers she had. her clothes were arranged according to style and length: camisole, blouse, dress, jumpsuits. shorts, knits and jeans were folded while pencil skirts were placed on s-hangers. her bags were placed outwards so she could easily see which style would go with her outfit of the day.