I love this time of year; aside from the beautiful landscapes, evenings spent on the sofa buried beneath thick blankets and bowls of steaming soup, the arrival of the colder months also means it's time to pack away the summer clothes and rediscover my lovely knitwear. As I was shuffling stuff around, and trying to pack everything in, I thought it might be nice to write a post on how I organise my clothes and accessories, and give you all a little look inside my wardrobe.
You can buy loads of fancy hanging equipment to add to your wardrobe, but I'm basically too tight to pay for it, so I just stuck some of those adhesive hooks on the inside of my doors to keep scarves, bags and necklaces safe. I've been trying to turn an old wire-coat hanger into a jewellery rack to hang in there as well, but every time I think I've mastered it, it pings back at me defiantly, pah.
I also use the outside of the doors as a kind of storage-display mash-up. You can fit a good four dresses or tops on the outside, so I just rotate things every week; at the moment my favourite things are a printed dress from ASOS, any vintage blouses and my best ever eBay bargain - the Topshop skirt pictured above; it's absolutely huge and has embroidered squirrels and birds on it, which actually sounds way more twee than it really is.
On the top of the wardrobe is a huge suitcase, which is full of
Hope you enjoyed the tour - if you've got any tips for small space organisation I'd be really keen to hear them, so feel free to leave them in the comments!
*And borrow half of the Husbands cupboard.
This post was written in collaboration with Urban Wardrobes.