Why rely on a wardrobe change guide? To make this activity fast and thereby optimise time, orderly and therefore discover the most effective organisers, and less stressful by using the new technologies on the market. Why choose our guide rather than many other articles and blogs found on the Internet? First of all because if you don’t want to read, you can simply watch the video and in few minutes you will already know everything! And because in a nutshell, we make you understand how important it is to be informed before facing an apparently trivial activity. Here are some important tips before proceeding to the steps of the actual wardrobe change. First of all, we suggest you do an online search and select the best tips you will find for all steps of your seasonal wardrobe change. For example: start by removing everything from the wardrobe, thoroughly cleaning and sanitising all the shelves and doors, use separator boxes to store clothes in the drawers, buy scented cards or spray perfumers to best preserve clothes that will remain closed for months in bags and boxes and on hangers, etc. A tip we’ll give you in our video as well, is to apply labels on boxes to identify the type of clothing you have put inside; you can download by clicking here a file with our labels for free and you can also print and cut them at your home! During your research, you will also discover that many brands have created electronic appliances that can help us further improve the order in the wardrobe, such as steamers: a practical alternative to the traditional iron, which is also light to carry in a suitcase. Or the small and very practical lint remover that allows you to revive sweaters made of any material (wool, cotton, synthetic fibres, etc.), regardless of how old they are. The second tip is to learn about decluttering! Literally “eliminate what clutters”: unnecessary, ruined, dated clothing. Goodbye serial hoarders! The new trend is to stick to the rule of 4 boxes: to keep, to store, to donate and to throw away. So before putting everything away in the wardrobe, carefully select T-shirts, jeans, sweaters, suits, underwear, socks, jackets, coats, etc. and in addition to facilitating tidiness, it also frees the mind! The third suggestion is to make your wardrobe change a relaxing and even funny activity, which is why we have created a Spotify playlist you can listen to by clicking here. Our last tip is not to be disheartened if the space you have for a wardrobe change is limited, the most beautiful challenges are the most difficult ones! Now that you are ready to start your wardrobe change, watch our video tutorial set in Marta’s home, where the space is very limited but the result will be excellent by following a few simple suggestions!