Organising one’s wardrobe can be quite a task in itself, and although any kind of organising seems to be very cumbersome at first, organising wardrobes is something else altogether, since it always seems that hardly 3-4 days after you have put everything to place, it always seems to get disorganised automatically. However, personal experience showed me that there is nothing wrong with the almirah or the fact that you are organising too infrequently, it is actually the manner of organizing that is the main issue. Often the way most wardrobes are kept is by stacking all types of clothing one on top of other in separate stacks.
The more organised ones might at best stack clothes by categories like shirts, trousers, skirts, and so on. However, this is where the fault lies, since there are many times when we are confused regarding what outfit to wear and end up upsetting the whole wardrobe in order to find the perfect dress. In such cases, a skirt or trouser hangers come out to be most handy.
The most important advantage of having hangers is that you can easily organise your clothing with the maximum utilization of space, even if you don’t have much of a vertical space (though it is advisable that you should). Further, you can easily browse through the collection of clothes you are having without disturbing the entire setup, since everything is hanging and all you need to do is just flip. Other advantages include that you can figure out combinations without actually trying them, there are no crease marks due to the folds you would have made in case there were no hangers, and the fact that you have plenty of other free space to use according to however you might see fit.
Further, there are also hangers for specific purposes like coat hangers to hang suits, and children’s hangers, that come in a special size according to the size of children’s clothing.
All in all, there’s one hanger for every kind of garment, and you can benefit from them in more ways than one.