We all know the benefits of having an organized space—it's easier to look for things we need and everything looks neat and clean. When organizing your closet, why don't you extend the same treatment to your underwear stash? It might even spare you from stress during the morning rush. Here are some tips: 

1. Hang your bras.
Keep your bras from getting deformed by hanging them instead of storing them in piles in your closet. It will also be easy for you to see what you need to use when they’re hung.


2. Label your underwear storage. 
Store your underwear in a chest of drawers. Designate one tier for each item. Don’t forget the labels—you can even paint the front of the drawer with chalkboard paint to make your labels hip and stylish! Click here to learn how to make chalkboard paint. 


3. Repurpose shoe boxes as organizers. 
Cut your shoe boxes lengthwise and use the pieces to act as your bra organizers. Then, cut your other boxes crosswise and use these to organize your panties and socks. 


4. Recycle toilet paper cores.
If you can organize cords, paper clips, and other things using carton toilet paper cores, you can also organize your undies. Put the toilet paper cores inside your drawer, roll your panties, and put one in each of the carton cores. Now, you wouldn't have to dig through your closet when looking for a pair you want! 


5. Use shoe organizers as storage for your underwear.
Those plastic, hanging shoe organizers? You can use them to organize your underwear, too! Simply put your panties and socks in each of the pockets, and you can now say goodbye to mess. 

This story originally appeared on RealLiving.com.ph.

*Minor edits have been made by FemaleNetwork.com editors.
 

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