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Do you hang or fold?

(10 Posts)
Prawnskewer Sat 23-Aug-14 21:59:19

I'm trying to reorganise my wardrobe because it's rammed full so need to make some space.

At the moment, everything is hung but I'd like to move some things to drawers to give me back some space. I hate ironing so I don't want to create anymore work for myself so opinions please:

Vest tops
T-Shirts / Casual tops
Work shirts / tops
Cardigans
Jumpers
Trousers
Jeans
Skirts
Dresses

Thanks in advance!

Vest tops: fold
T-Shirts / Casual tops: fold
Work shirts / tops: fold if jersey materials, otherwise hang
Cardigans: fold
Jumpers: fold
Trousers: hang
Jeans: fold
Skirts: hang
Dresses: hang

Btw I don't iron either, but I am very meticulous when hanging washed laundry up to dry and fold immediately on taking down.

TheMouseBitesBack Sat 23-Aug-14 22:04:45

Vest tops folded and kept in drawer. Everything else is hung. However I don't have many clothes and they all fit into a single wardrobe, though its getting a bit of a snug.

OscarWinningActress Sat 23-Aug-14 22:04:52

Exactly the same as PD. I had to get another dresser (chest of drawers) though.

ThursdayLast Sat 23-Aug-14 22:08:05

Fold tees and vest.
Hang everything else.

I never iron. Ever.

gamerchick Sat 23-Aug-14 22:08:23

Tees and vests fold and roll.. like you do for holidays and suitcases. You get more room put of your chest of drawers.

LovingSummer Sat 23-Aug-14 22:11:11

Everything folded except dresses, skirts, or material that crinkles easily.

Prawnskewer Sun 24-Aug-14 11:29:00

Thanks all!

I hang skirts, dresses, shirts and 'fancy' tops, oh and easily creased things. Everything else is folded. I never iron, I am just careful about how things are dried and I never look scruffy (at least, I don't think I do)

Whitecotton Sun 24-Aug-14 12:37:08

Vest tops Fold
T-Shirts / Casual tops Hang
Work shirts / tops Hang
Cardigans Chunky ones on a hanger, thin ones folded
Jumpers See cardies
Trousers Hang

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