Wardrobe Audit Tip # 4: Colour code your clothes.
Again for a positive start to the day, finding clothes to wear should be quick and simple. Colour code your clothes and you can immediately go to the colour that reflects your mood.
Colour coding means your favourite black skirt can be found quickly without looking at every black item hanging in your wardrobe. Feel like wearing a white shirt with a chino, easily found. Which of your 5 white shirts do you want to wear? Easily picked when you have all options hanging in the one place.
Colour coding is instant styling for a monochrome look, but it also helps coordinates jump out at you. Styled like a shop, everyday means you can shop from your wardrobe. This top can mix well with that bottom which coordinates with those shoes, that bag and the perfect bracelet.
My preference is to put the colours in this order: Black, black/white items, neutrals, brown, white, red, orange, yellow, green, blue and lastly indigo (denim here). But you can do something different. Go forward and create your own rainbow.