Happy college week on the blog! With less than 6 weeks to go until move-in day, let the college posts begin. This week’s college-themed posts are in collaboration with Renee, Fran and Caroline who are also all college freshman this year. We figured it’d be a fun way to kick off the back to school season on the blogs for our first time as college students (ah!).
One of the things I am most excited about for college is decorating my dorm. One thing I am not so excited about is figuring out how I am going to organize and store all my clothes. At Drexel, we have a wardrobe, not a closet, so its even smaller than most dorm closets… #sendhelp. In all, I have a wardrobe with one hanging rack with two drawers on the bottom and then another set of two drawers for clothing storage. Since finding out my residence hall and closet situation, I’ve been looking for the best storage methods in terms of my closet at school and alternative ways to store my clothes.
I’m going to mention that a ton of people might want to also use these hanging closet organizers to hang things, but since my wardrobe is shorter in height than a normal closet, I won’t be using one but its definitely helpful for storing things like sweatshirts, sweaters and pants. Another thing that people with “real” dorm closets can use is this extension bar to make your closet have two racks. Again, my wardrobe isn’t tall enough for this, but this hanging rack would add so much extra space to your dorm closet.