I’m a decluttering pro, here’s my easy hanger trick for New Year’s Day that will instantly organise your wardrobe | The Sun

ARE you looking to get your wardrobe organised and clutter free for the New Year?

A decluttering pro has come to the rescue and revealed her ridiculously simple trick to get you on track and sorted for the rest of 2023.

TikTok user Lily Coco, who shares helpful videos on her social media profile @lilybcoco, said everyone can do it – but you have to start on New Year’s Day.

Lifting the lid on her fail safe technique, Lily wrote on her page: “No more I’ll keep it just in case’ for 2023. Time to declutter!”

She then shared a clip of her wardrobe, as she explained the key to keeping it organised.

Lily said: “On January 1st, turn all your hangers the same way.”

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The influencer continued: “As you wear an item, turn the hanger the opposite way.”

This means that in no time at all you’ll quickly be able to see which of your outfits are worth keeping, but most importantly those that need to go to a new home.

Lily went on to say that the next part of the process should happen in the early Summer.

She said: “In June, any clothes on hangers that have not been turned you’ll know you don’t wear.

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“So you can donate them to charity.” 

Lily’s followers were impressed with her top tip, as the video racked up thousands of likes.

The social media star was also praised by her 384,000 followers, as they said they’d be implementing the trick this New Year.

One wrote: “Genius.”

A second said: “SO SMART.”

A third commented: “Doing this right now, yes, yes, yes.”

However, others admitted that while they were keen to give it a go, they knew they would struggle.

One confessed: “I can’t get rid of the things I ‘might’ wear.”

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Another joked: “My issue is I only really leave the house for work and I wear scrubs so if I did this, I’d have no clothes.” 

Meanwhile, others tagged their friends in the comments in a bid to help them organise their wardrobe once and for all.

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