6 Chic Ways To Organize Your Clothes And Accessories

With so many pretty things in our closet, it just doesn’t seem right to keep them behind a closed door! Whether it’s your favorite dresses or fanciest heels, we’re sharing six chic ways to enjoy them, even when you aren’t wearing them!

6 Chic Ways To Organize Your Clothes And Accessories
Display your favorite pieces on a rolling rack, a chic way to plan your outfits for the week, too!

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6 Chic Ways To Organize Your Clothes And AccessoriesMix in your prettiest heels with favorite books and mementos next to your bedside.

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6 Chic Ways To Organize Your Clothes And AccessoriesPretty glass boxes are a stylish way to show off your favorite sunglasses, and a great way to keep them safe, too.

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6 Chic Ways To Organize Your Clothes And AccessoriesHats can be tricky to store and organize. We love how Jenny hung hers to help save room—and create instant art!

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6 Chic Ways To Organize Your Clothes And ShoesFill your bookshelves with color-coordinated heels—makes it almost too pretty to wear them!

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6 Chic Ways To Organize Your Clothes And AccessoriesIf your shelves look bare, fill them with your prettiest heels, clutches and art.

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  • I don’t consider myself a germophobe, but I don’t understand how you’d want to store your shoes, which might potentially have dog poo on them, next to and on top of books and in a regular shelf. For the same reason I never wear outdoor shoes indoors and don’t put shoes on a chair, in the sofa or on the bed. There are lots of dirt and germs outside…

    • I don’t know, but I find the shoes most people would want to display like this are beautiful shoes that have been well taken care of and potentially never or rarely worn. I’ve got a pair of heels I’ve only worn once to a formal dinner (and only inside at that formal dinner, not on the street) that I love and could imagine being without, but don’t often have occasion to wear. Those I display on books so they can still be enjoyed.

      And there are a lot of germs everywhere, especially in the home caught in fabrics such as on your bed, sofa or chair.

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