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Before fall arrives, you want to clean out the summer items from your closet. Follow a few simple steps to make sure you have all of the latest colors for fall as well as the essentials you need to stay warm on cooler days and evenings.

1. Organization
Take out everything from the closet that you no longer wear or that doesn’t fit.


Make piles of items that you want to donate or that aren’t in good condition and need to be thrown away. You can also make a pile of items that you might want to sell at a yard sale. When you start making piles, pull out the items that you know you will wear for fall. Items that are strictly for summer should be packed away until the following year.

2. Color Code
If you aren’t sure what to wear to work or school, try color coding your closet.

This will make it a little easier to coordinate tops and bottoms as well as shoes to create an outfit. Think of your favorite colors and those that you wear on a regular basis or for special events. There might not be as many colors that you wear for fall, so you need to try to get multiple shades to make your wardrobe look full. When you arrange your clothing by color, it would be a good idea to put all of the bottoms and tops that are in those colors together instead of keeping each type of clothing separate.

3. Replenish
Once you have cleaned out your closet, you can begin to stock up on essentials that you will need for the fall season.

These items might include jeans, leggings, sweaters and jackets. Think about what you want to do during the season, like go to football games or go hiking in the woods, letting these events guide your clothing purchases.

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