It's heating up in California which means it's time to stash the winter coats (not that I ever use them here) and break out the skirts and dresses. The thing about LA is that it'll be 80-90 degrees for weeks on end and then out of the blue we'll get hit with a 50 degree day which means you totally need that chunky knit sweater again. It's all about balance - you can never fully do away with winter or summer clothing no matter the season, which means you've got to be intensely organized about your closets. Here are my tips for spring cleaning and a wonderfully organized wardrobe.
Get uniform with your hangers. Stick to one type and color. Wood hangers are great, but I recommend slim velvet hangers that take up less space and keep your clothes where they belong.
hanging rod, put your shirts on top and skirts on the bottom. If you have shelves, take your storage all the way to the ceiling and make use of every inch of space. Add shelf dividers to stack folded sweaters (and if you really want them to look perfect, use a slender cutting board make folding uniform), or stick a dresser in your closet if you've got the room.
If you're short on closet space, consider a clothing rack. Use it for your favorite garments and your outfits for the next day.
clear plastic boxes that stack easily. That goes for everything - make sure you can see your clothes/accessories/shoes, otherwise you won't wear them.