A Storage Update: Storing Clothing the KonMari Way

I just wanted to show you how I'm currently storing my clothes, according to Marie Kondo's book, "The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up." I had previously been storing them in a way that made it impossible to maintain. 

I also filmed a very short update video:

Storing my clothes this way has reduced the amount that has ended up on my floor and couch - clean or dirty.

pants, leggings, tights, socks, sleepwear, extra tees, underwear, bras, & swimwear - some contained in shoe boxes

pants, leggings, tights, socks, sleepwear, extra tees, underwear, bras, & swimwear - some contained in shoe boxes

shoes, bags, books, inbox, jewelry & essential oils, more books & paper file folder, hair care, more books, & work out equipment

shoes, bags, books, inbox, jewelry & essential oils, more books & paper file folder, hair care, more books, & work out equipment

In the book, she writes that you'll know when the amount of things you own and the way you are storing those things "clicks" into place by how easy it is for you to maintain it. I think I'm on my way, but hope to get rid of some more of the clothes I still don't wear and invest in some higher quality, more versatile pieces. 

clothing rack with jackets, robe, skirts, dresses, & tops

clothing rack with jackets, robe, skirts, dresses, & tops

In the upcoming month or two I will be building a capsule wardrobe for the cooler seasons.

Do you have a capsule wardrobe or want to build one? If so, how many pieces do you want to include? Please let me know in a comment.