Detox your wardrobe
Is your home suddenly where you work, rest, exercise and (virtually) socialise? Keeping our spaces clean and uncluttered can support physical and mental wellness during self-isolation, and that includes our wardrobes.
With £30 billion worth of unused clothing languishing in UK closets and a further £140 million worth sent to landfill each year, according to waste-reduction charity WRAP, this global pause is time to assess what we have and ask ourselves what we really need.
If you're attempting to bring order to clothes chaos, the first step should always be to 'set the desired outcome'. So says Marcella Caricasole, a professional organiser who believes that a tidy wardrobe not only means we can wear and enjoy more of our existing clothes, but also that bringing order to our belongings can help support a healthy mind. Read on for her top tips.Culture Whisper is your curated guide to the best of London. We may earn a commission for items purchased through our retailer links.