As temperatures rise, the demands on your closet also change: While thick wool sweaters and heavy jackets have to find room in your closet during the cold season, the contents are much more airy in the summer. Go ahead and clean your wardrobe so you can better focus on slots online casino.

So at the change of season, it makes sense to rearrange your closet: by packing away winter clothes, you create space to neatly store your summer things. This will give you a better overview of your wardrobe, making it easier to choose clothes. In addition, the change of season is a good time to take stock: Which clothes still fit and please you, what should be repaired or replaced? 


During a seasonal closet change, you mainly exchange only seasonally wearable clothes: Clothes that you can only wear in colder temperatures, you replace with pieces that are primarily wearable in the summer or vice versa. Things you can wear all year round stay in your closet: a long-sleeved shirt is suitable as an extra layer under a sweater in winter, but is also a solution for cool summer days. 

But before changing layers in your closet, you should discard thoroughly. For the next year, only store what still fits, you like and is in good condition. Check items for stains, holes, missing buttons, jarring zippers and other flaws that can be repaired. You can do most of the mending yourself.


With discarded clothing out of the way, you can now put away the pieces that don’t fit the current season until next year. Proper storage is important in this process so that the clothes stay cared for. Here’s what you should keep in mind before and during storage:

  • Cleaning

Before storing winter or summer clothes, you should wash them to remove not only dirt, but also skin flakes, hair and body odor. Worn clothing is particularly prone to infestation by clothes moths.

  • Packing

To protect clean clothes from unwanted odors, dust, moisture and moths during storage, you should pack them airtight, for example in garment bags or simple plastic or garbage bags. Especially space-saving you can pack clothes with vacuum bags.

  • Storage

Now you can store your seasonal clothes. Boxes in the cellar, in the attic or under the bed are suitable storage places. If there is no more space, you can use your luggage for other purposes. Suitcases are usually only in active use very rarely during the year and are otherwise well suited for storage.


Stripped of clothes that are no longer seasonal, your closet now has plenty of space to store season-appropriate pieces. These tips will help you put things away neatly:

Fold your clothes using the technique of Marie Kondo, decluttering expert and author of the book Magic Cleaning. You fold the pieces into small triangles that can stand on their own. This way you can line them up on edge in boxes or drawers. This prevents the clothes from creasing and takes up less space. In addition, you always have an overview of which and how many items of clothing you own.

Organize your clothes systematically: first sort them by type (jeans, pants, T-shirts, blouses, etc.) and then by color. This way you’ll quickly find what you’re looking for. You can save space by hanging pants and jeans on hangers instead of folding them. It’s also worth sorting shoes and small accessories like belts and scarves into boxes. You can use empty shoe boxes for this purpose.