If you're looking for ways to keep you busy when you're stuck at home, tidying up your closet is always a good idea. An organized wardrobe is not only pleasing to look at, but it ultimately makes it less stressful for you to get ready—especially during rushed mornings! Here, we rounded up a couple of celebs and bloggers' closet tours that'll inspire you to tidy up. Even if you currently don't have a huge wardrobe space in your home, you'll surely pick up some organizing and decluttering tips from these ladies! 

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1. Heart Evangelista

Here's an organizing tip from Heart Evangelista that will be pretty useful when you're too lazy to dress up: Keep your black and white clothes in one place! "I am obsessed with anything white. I just think it's like my uniform so in case I'm lazy to think of patterns on patterns or to put things together, my go-to outfit will be all white."

2. Kryz Uy

The secret to Kryz Uy's neat wardrobe is that she "[organizes] everything [based on] sleeve length and color, from light to dark." 

3. Camille Co 

In her closet tour, Camille Co shares a useful tip for storing dresses, jumpsuits: "Sometimes, if you have clothes na too heavy parang masyado siya na p-pull down ng weight, you really should fold them 'cause the straps get stretched out too much."

4. Jessy Mendiola 

Jessy Mendiola's closet tour will remind you to let go of your gamit na gamit pieces that you no longer reach for. 

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