◆ First of all, grasp the current situation and take the plunge to dispose of what you are not wearing
This time, I referred to the "sock / tights storage method" proposed by the women's socks / inner shop " Chuchuanna".
First, collect all the things you have and check if you don't have two pairs or if they are damaged. We classify them into "things that are", "things that are not needed", and "things that are lost". If you get lost and haven't used it for over a year, such as socks that you bought at first sight but were unexpectedly difficult to match, take the plunge and dispose of them.
In addition, "what you have" is categorized in detail according to item and frequency of use. The author classified them into foot covers required for pumps, short socks required for sneakers, and other socks and tights.
It seems convenient to choose a storage location in one place. I use all the chests. If you have a large amount, change your clothes according to the season.
◆ After deciding the location, it's finally stored!
・ Tights are "rolled"
Fold the tights in half, roll them up and store them upright. It will be easier to choose if you roughly summarize by denier, color, pattern, etc.
・ Do not throw away the "mount" of the foot cover!
The foot cover is easy to take out and can be stored neatly if you use it by saving the mount attached at the time of purchase. Well, I always threw it away first, but this doesn't fall apart and saves a lot of space.
In addition, it is NG to tie tights or fold back the rubber part of the sock because the fabric stretches.
Actually, I used to divide the tights in the same place because they couldn't fit in the same place, but when I tried this method, all the tights fit properly and there was still room, and I was impressed (some summer items are separated). The more you open it, the easier it will be to see, and it will be fun to dress up.
If you clean it up once, you won't have to take time to put it in and out every day, which will help you to get dressed and clean up. Please try it when you have time!