Florence is now 5 months old, and has only just grown out of all of her 0-3 month clothes! Which has come at a good time, since I like to have a good sort out after Christmas and New Year. So I’ve organised her wardrobe with all of her 3-6 month clothing and accessories. I was sad to put away all of her newborn and small baby clothes but also was excited for her to wear all of her new outfits in the next size up! We were kindly gifted some organisation products from the lovely ladies at BeloandMe, and will be using showing some of those products within this blog post as we are using them in Florence’s wardrobe.
Florence shares a big IKEA wardrobe with her big brother, Kaden, and they each have half of the wardrobe. I like to hang up the majority of Florence’s clothes, and pair them with their matching leggings or headbands if they came with any of those in a set. I also like to put them into sections, such as dresses, short sleeve tops, long sleeve tops and so on as it makes it easier to find what you are looking for.
We use these wardrobe dividers from BeloandMe to separate the clothing into sizes. I have used the other wardrobe dividers to sort out her bigger sizes and store them correctly ready for when she needs them. Another product that has come in handy are the wardrobe space savers, which allow more items to be hung in the same amount of space, which is great for smaller spaces.
Behind the hanging clothes, there are two small open storage boxes, one of which is used for muslins and bibs, and the other for Florence’s hair bows and clips. We have used the drawer / storage box labels on these boxes for added decor.
Underneath this, the wardrobe has two wide drawers. In the top drawer we keep most of her miscellaneous items, such as her hats, swimming costume, socks and tights, as well as extra leggings or trousers and cardigans as all of these don’t really need hanging. We’ve used the baby drawer dividers from Belo and Me to separate some of these items into sections, so for example her socks are stored together. In the bottom drawer of the wardrobe we keep her vests, sleep suits, cot sheets and blankets.
Now that Florence’s wardrobe has been sorted out, I’m on to Kaden’s and our room, wish me luck!
Thank you for reading.