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Next, let’s tackle shoes. If you kept the original box they came in, good for you! It’s as easy as neatly stocking the boxes in the closest with color and style written on the box facing you when you go to select your footwear. For the rest of us, we must do some work. Again, start with throwing out what you don’t wear anymore (and if you have worn them, do throw them out, nobody wants worn out, scuffed up shoes). If you have shoes that you have never worn, chances are you have missed the window of opportunity and won’t be wearing them now or in the future. These shoes definitely get donated or bring to a consignment shop and try and get some of your money back. After you weed out the shoes, there are a couple of solutions for organizing them in your closet. You can purchase a shoe rack and pair the shoes together in a neat and orderly fashion. In some cases, you might need additional storage for shoes (maybe you have a shoe fetish) rotate your shoes out per season and store the rest on a rolling shoe rack out of sight. Another option to store footwear, namely boots, is to use a boot clip, https://www.nahanco.com/boot-clips-5-chrome.html, simply clip and hang. Keeps them neat, together and up out of the way.