As the mercury rises, many folks can be found digging out boxes of warm weather clothes and packing away woolly items reserved for Winter. Switching out seasonal clothing is not only a great way to keep your pad organized, but it's also smart for anyone getting hitched and learning how to share space. I've rotated my clothes as long as I can remember, and my closet is almost always in order. My husband, on the other hand, insists on clogging up his side of the wardrobe with all his clothing at once. Winter sweaters on top of bathing suits were enough to make me cringe when we first moved in together. Now we've got our own closets, but what about you? Do you rotate out seasonal clothes in your closet?
Desire to Inspire recently rounded up some images of clothes stored out in the open that's really got me considering the storage style. Back in '08, I wrote a trend alert about apparel used as home décor — which is one thing — but I'm talking about really storing your wardrobe out for all eyes to see. This photo from Danish magazine Bolig makes the style look flawless, like a high-end boutique, but I know my shoes would never last lined up like that. It does seem like a nice way to keep your pretty party dresses, though, or even work clothes that you tend to wear five days a week. Do any of you do this?