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The spring season is coming, so you know what that means: spring cleaning! Love it or hate it, the yearly tradition of decluttering is a necessary one. Our wardrobes have a tendency to spill over with stuff, and it's freeing to give away the things that are no longer in use. But sometimes the act of pruning is a difficult one — especially if you think all of your wardrobe items serve a purpose. 

If you're a minimalist woman who buys each piece with careful thought and planning, then fine. Your house is in order. But if you're like the rest of us — who lose their grips in sales and still seem to have nothing to wear — then you might need a little help with the cleanup process. 

That's where Marie Kondo comes in. In her 2011 book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, Kondo has sparked a movement of people who have decluttered their houses and have pruned back on what they surround themselves with. And in her new Netflix series, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo, she goes into people's homes and helps them let go of things they never thought they would. In that vein, ahead are tips on how to reorganize your closet and spark joy. Next time you open your wardrobe, you will only see pieces you truly love. Promise.