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How many clothes can you actually Kondo?

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beforeihit30 Sun 29-Jan-17 11:44:12

I know there were loads of Kondo threads but they get very big and I lost track blush

I'm just wondering for those of you have done it / keep it up, how many clothes do you find you can really store in drawers? I'm referring to types of clothes, not actual quantity.

For instance, I'm thinking that I can fold most clothes, but suits and smart skirts / dresses I can't envisage folding, same with dress shirts. I can imagine folding more casual shirts.

I'm guessing the way they're folded reduces creasing likelihood?

I would like to have fewer things hanging and use drawers more as I prefer it, but slightly nervous I'll have really creased tops! Do you have to iron out post-fold or are they okay (obviously if they weren't creased pre-fold)?

lljkk Sun 29-Jan-17 12:11:16

Post-Kondo wardrobes seem to show plenty of hanging items.
Plenty of space between them, too! But not just folded items.

beforeihit30 Sun 29-Jan-17 14:57:47

I've got into the habit of hanging almost everything grin Cardis, tops etc, because I feel like they get less creased... but apart from accepting I'm being weird, jus keep wondering if different folding methods will help me! I'm a bit rubbish at storing things in drawers but Kondo looks like a more sensible approach, but don't know if it evades the creasing issue.

ChishandFips33 Sun 29-Jan-17 17:45:45

In drawers I have the basics that I couldn't forget to wear if that makes sense - everything else I like hung up to remind me what I have/create new outfits
I iron the outfit I need as I find even when hung up, it still appears creased

In drawers
Socks, tights and underwear
Vest tops
T shirts
Long sleeved tops
Seasonal stuff like bikinis/Christmas jumpers etc
Trousers not worn as often

Most of DH's clothes are in drawers or boxes within drawers - I found his t shirts are held better in a box (IKEA Samla hold about 8-10 depending on thickness) and the standing up method is a god send because he always seemed to want to wear the one near the bottom previously hmm

ChipmunkSundays Mon 30-Jan-17 15:07:32

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beforeihit30 Mon 30-Jan-17 23:07:23

Thanks, I think the vertical thing will be really helpful, and then just prepping as needed. I don't iron my clothes before hanging anyway so won't be a huge difference! But I think I have things hanging that don't need to hang and easier to see if they were in drawers vertical.

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