What's on your coathangers? (crucial important audit)


#1

I.e. is EVERYTHING on your coat hangers - tshirts, shirts, coats, jackets, trousers - or are you just hanging your shirts and coats?

This is incredibly important. Please answer.


#2

Work clothes.

Everything else gets folded.


#3

Shirts, suits and cycle gear.


#4

Not t-shirts (they’re folded in a drawer).

On hangers:

Coats
Jackets
Shirts
Jumpers
Trousers


#5

Here is what I have on coat hangers:

Two suits
Six shirts
Three jumpers
Two hoodies
One jackety thing
One jean
One other trouser


#6

Shirts
Suits
Jackets / Coats


#7

Quality answering so far!


#8

Poor Jean.


#9

Shirts, suits, coats only. T-shirts, jeans, shorts, jumpers, hoodies, etc. are all folded in drawers.


#10

I hang up most things, only fold t shirts. I hang up some of my jumpers but don’t have enough hangers, so fold some too. Madness!


#11

ALL tops. All. Shirts, t-shirts, jumpers the lot of it. No coats. No trousers.

The only trousers that are in there are suit trousers which are nested within the suits hanging up.


#12

This isn’t me being facetious but it is pretty much coats.


#13

this is basically where i’m at except for band tshirts which i fold. general-use tshirts i hang if they’re work-friendly


#14

Mainly dresses, plus a few shirts (short sleeved) as of late


#15

Shirts
Polo shirts (n.b. not t-shirts)
Work trousers
Suit

Everything else = folded


#16

Bit of everything really.

Coats, jumpers, hoodies, shirts, t-shirts, trousers.

No jeans, footwear or underwear though.


#17

All t-shirts are on hangers. All.

I’m afraid I cannot stand beside your point about band t-shirts because I dislike them intensely and therefore don’t wear any.


#18

:smiley: this is fair (MADNESS I SAY)


#19

Bloody hell. How much wardrobe space do you have?


#20

Trousers! Are you some sort of Tory?