How to Properly Store Your Summer Clothes


It’s time again to swap out your sandals and summer wears for scarves and sweaters. But before you hide your summer clothes, here’s how to store your summer clothes in case of one day when the sun sparkles again everything’s easy to pull out and wear straight away.


Photo from Alice


The best way to start is by finding a good spot to store. A steady and dry room is suitable for clothes, so if it is possible, please choose to keep them inside the home rather than a basement or attic. Don’t forget to give them a wash and a thorough dry before loosely folding them in befitting containers. Dividing pants, shirts, and shoes in separate boxes will be very helpful, in this way they will be found immediately when needed.


3 Drawers Wicker Baskets Chest
Modern 4 Drawers Chest Cabinet

Hanging delicate summer dresses inside clothes bags or clean coats is the best method of protection. To protect against wear and tear, use wide wooden or fabric hangers and use tissue paper in between layers. And it will be very convenient for you to pull out right away through this way. 


3 in 1 Industrial Coat Rack

Coat Hat Rack with Shelf

Non-woven Fabric Wardrobe


Remember to give summer shoes and sandals a good clean and store them separately, so that they’ll be in tip top shape for next year. The idea of using 12 Cubes Portable Shoe Rack to safely store shoes can be wonderful, which is very durable to meet your long-term storage needs.


12 Cubes Portable Shoe Rack

DIY 13 Cubes Shoe Cabinet

DIY Wardrobe Storage Cabinet


Broad-brimmed hats are best brushed before storing upside down in boxes. Put tissue paper in the crown is a good choice for you, which can make sure to keep hats’ shapes. It’d be a great fun to turn this pile of hats into a super simple nightstand that helps save a bit of space.


3 Tiers Wooden Storage Nightstand
2 Tiers Wood Nightstand
2 Drawers Nightstand


Suitcases create great storage space. They can be used to carry clothes and often take up a bit of room themselves, so using them as storage makes them doubly useful. Add some tissue paper lining if your bags are a little older and use some lavender or cedar blocks to keep away bugs.


20″ 24″ 28″ ABS+PC Luggage Travel Set

20″ 24″ 28″ Travel Suitcase w/ TSA Lock

3 pcs Luggage Set with TSA Lock