Post # 1
- Wedding: June 2015 - Dreams Las Mareas - Costa Rica
Ok.. just a preference question…Im reorganizing my closets and drawers … and then wondered… lol
Do you organize panties in one drawer and bras in another… or do you keep each matching set (bra & panty) together for easy grabbing?
I know its a silly question and doesnt matter in the grand scheme of life… just asking for fun since im reorganizing 🙂
I had no idea where to put this post…lol
Post # 2
I keep them in separate drawers, but they aren’t exactly all folded neatly and organized.
Post # 2
- Wedding: June 2014 - San Francisco, CA
I have maybe 3? matching sets total, and all of those were gifts (from DH). So matching them would leave me a lot left over lol. I don’t do drawers, I do a giant basket with dividers under the bed, but same concept: undies in one, bras in another, special occassion attire (Spanx, garters, merry widows, etc) in a third. Socks go in with the undies, and every compartment has lavendar sachets because why not.
Post # 4
I’m not going to lie, my underwear drawer is really, really organized. I fold mine and then sort them by style and color. I keep bras in a different drawer because they’re more bulky and I have fewer. Good luck with your organization, no matter what you decide!
Post # 5
undies and bras in same drawer, socks in another. i do not have any sets so i don’t really need to keep bras and panties together. it was just what fit where.
Post # 6
I used to be all sorts of organized, but now I just throw undies and bras in the drawer. I don’t bother folding undies. I do fold socks and those are in their own drawer. I fold DH’s undies, socks, and undershirts all nice and pretty though.
Post # 7
My dressers have those shallow drawers on top, so panties go in one shallow drawer (ok, actually two), and bras in a separate one, but I don’t have many (any?) matching sets.
My taller dresser also has the shallow drawers on top, and socks go in those.
Post # 8
I don’t really have sets. Bras go in a drawer. Socks and underwear are in plastic bins so I have more space for tops, they stretch out too much if hung. I sort the bins ie. dark socks, white socks, thongs, boyshorts.
Post # 9
We live in a small condo, so definitely no seperate drawers!
All bras, underwear, hoisery, lingerie goes in one drawer. It starts off neatly segregated and folder properly.. Very quickly ends up one big mess that I dig out what I need from. My socks go in my FIs side of drawers with his.
Post # 10
Undies, bras and socks are all in the same big drawer. I don’t think I have any matching bra and pantie sets so I don’t keep anything matched up.
Post # 11
We have a built in in our closet that is dedicated entirely to my undies n such. Bras in one drawer, panties/spanx another, socks another, work out clothes in their own drawer, wifebeaters and undershirts in their own drawer, bikinis in one drawer, and pajamas/comfy pants in one drawer, and casual/lake clothes in the last one.
Post # 12
I have very little room, so undies, bras, and socks are all in the same drawer. I have some of those divided trays that I fold the undies up in, and they are sorted by purpose (comfortable ones, nude/seamless ones, “fun” ones, thongs, etc). My padded bras are layed out and then “spooned” together sideways, which gives me more room. Unpadded ones are folded in half and stacked. I have very few matching sets. Socks and tights are also separated by compartments. This system works well for me!
Post # 13
I have four drawers: two small, one medium, one large. Socks/slips go in one small one, undies in the other. Definitely no folding 😀 Lingerie, bras, bra straps missing bras, etc go in the medium drawer. It’s not very folded either… PJs/tights/swimwear in the big drawer. As far as matching sets, I don’t have any that intentionally match, although the other day I noticed that some did by accident lol.
Post # 14
Bras and undies in one drawer, socks in another.
Post # 15
I honestly have so much underwear that I have to keep it in a seperate drawer! Then bras in their own drawers and socks/bathing suits in another.