I’ll admit, when I saw the schematic featured in this post with the title Unf**k Your Closet, I laughed out loud. For most of us, the truth is that our closet is not a place we go to savour our well-picked capsule items. More likely it is a place that holds impulse buys, emotional buys, bargain buys and the expensive buy that we are holding on to, even though we haven’t worn it for seven years and it makes us look ten Kgs heavier than we are. Most wardrobes hold buyers remorse and denial, which are best dealt with by shutting the door and ignoring them.

But as with old hurts, our wardrobe wounds need some air. Clutter is a rising problem and a major cause of household stress. These days we have access to anything and everything we could ever want, which means we have more stuff. Yet due to rising house prices, we may end up living in smaller abodes.

Wardrobe organisation is like crack to me. I love a good throw out and I equally love opening my wardrobe door to see everything in its intended place. I’m not saying it stays like this, but I can feel the frustration well up inside me when I open a wardrobe and see mess.


Hit the link below to take a tour of Kathrine Power’s perfect wardrobe, it will give you future inspiration – the post also has some great organisational tips.

Much love, Katie x

Inside Our CEO Katherine Power’s Perfectly Organized Closet

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Hi, I’m Katie. I am a kiwi neuroscientist with a love for consuming and creating content. This site is where I share my personal thoughts and the thoughts of incredible minds from around the world. PhD in Neuroscience, University of Otago.

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