Below I've gathered several ideas for how to organize tank tops and camis, both folded or hung up, your preference.
It seems like if you have a few tank tops and camis you actually have a lot of them, and typically in lots of different colors and maybe even patterns.
But once you have a lot of anything it becomes much more difficult to find the one you want it.
Plus, depending on your storage method they often get crumpled up and wrinkled between wearings, and then they don't look as good.
So here are ideas that take care of these issues for you, and if I do say so, are pretty genius -- and they're ideas submitted by readers.
Of course, I would expect nothing less from you readers, since you have some extremely awesome ideas, and in this instance it is no different.
The picture above is from a reader, Shelly, who used a tie/belt hanger hanging in her closet to organize hers.
She explained, "These tie/belt hangers were cheap at Wal Mart. This has been way better than digging wrinkled camis out of a drawer."
You can get one here:
I personally think this idea is great because it takes up less space then hanging each one on a hanger, plus, you don't have to deal with them slipping off the hangers! You know what I'm talking about, don't you? That is something that drives me crazy, so this solution fixes several issues at once.
Other types of hangers will also work for your tank tops, or other shirts with straps. For example, here's another hanger designed to help you keep the shirts from sliding off the hanger, and also to take up less total room in your closet.
You can get one of these hangers pictured here:
Scroll down to see even more ideas from readers. Plus, if you've got your own method that you love I'd love to see it as well. You can submit your own photos and ideas here and I'll add the best ones to the site!
This second idea is from another reader, Holly. She explained, "Shower curtain rod and hooks behind the closet door...it takes up more space than the belt holder, but it's space that would be unused otherwise."
Again, I really like this idea. If you look closely at the photo you can tell that she uses "S hooks" so she can do something similar to what Shelly did above with the hooks on the tie and belt rack, just hang each cami or tank top by the arms instead of fiddling around with hangers.
This makes it super easy to put them up after washing, and to grab the one you want, and even switch in and out if you're trying a couple different ones before you decide which one you actually want to wear that day!
Plus, even if you don't have room in your bedroom for adding the shower curtains, nor enough of these to use a larger belt and tie holder, just using some of these S hooks directly on your clothes rod in your closet might make sense for you to try.
I've also seen people put these hooks, or shower curtain rings, onto a hanger to organize the tank tops that way. There's a lot of variations of this idea that could work for you!
Further, if this article inspires you to organize even more of your closet and clothes, make sure to check out the Closet Organization Challenge for even more ideas.
In addition, if you find yourself with too many shirts or tank tops, you may need to declutter. Here's my article on how to declutter shirts and tops for tips on what you should do.
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