If you’ve made up your mind at night on what to wear the next day, where do you prepare the outfit? Over the chair piled with clothes that you wore during the week? 😉
Let’s say you are taking a shower and want to have your outfit ready when you come out. Do you feel comfortable leaving the clothes on top of the bed or inside the bathroom (on the counter top)? I don’t…
I often choose a few options of what to wear and can’t decide what best matches my shirt. And not always have the time or patience to take everything out of its hanger to try on the different alternatives.
I recently discovered a hanging door-hook that can help me facilitate all these “struggles”.
It hangs on my walk-in closet door (that usually stays open) and I use it with several hangers.
I can put together a shirt, a sweater (or two, and compare which one looks nicer and is more appropriate for the day), and I can even ‘try on’ different jewelry and various accessories – all without leaving a disorganized mess behind or having to clean up for an extra few minutes (who has the time?). I highly recommend this trick if you tend to like to sleep in an extra few minutes and then have a hard time putting your clothes together decently in the morning rush! (I should say, even though I do tend to oversleep in the mornings, this comment was added by my daughter while helping with the writing!)
When I come home from a long day at work, I feel confident and at ease that when I undress, if something doesn’t go in the hamper it goes on the hook, keeping my clothes aired-out and wrinkle-free!
My husband has been making use of it as well! After he finishes ironing his shirts he hangs them on the hook and goes to take a shower peacefully, without worrying about folds or creases 🙂
Would you like to give it a try? Do you think it can be useful for you?
I found this idea of the hook behind the door of the walk in closet very helpful and exciting. However, the empty hook didn’t last much in this role, as my partner found it useful to hang his robe. Thanks Nora for the idea from both of us!
I might say mine is never empty either!