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WATCH: How To Fold Your Clothes—The KonMari Way

It's not as hard as you think!

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With the success of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up and the release of Spark Joy, we're guessing that there are only a few people left who haven't heard about the KonMari method. Perhaps one of the highlights of the first book is how one can achieve an organized closet by simply letting go of items and folding your clothes vertically. Marie Kondo mentioned that with this technique, one would be able to see everything at a glance.

If you're quite far along the journey but having a hard time following the written instructions, we found a video tutorial that can help you! YouTuber, Lavendaire, not only shows us how she does it, she shares tips on how to make it work, too.

 

Looks so easy, right? Time for you to try it at home! Feel free to send us photos of your closet once you've done the technique.

Main photo from: One Kings Lane.

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