Do all the work Sunday and plan a week’s outfits in advance with a weekly hanging closet organizer. Have your child help pick out which outfit to wear on which day and put them in this Monday-Friday clothes organizer.
Buy different colored hangers to sort clothing by child in shared closets, by season, or activity (school, play, church, etc.). Keep a reminder for children handy on the closet wall by printing the category name on a coordinating color sheet of paper so they know which hangers to choose from. This Bagis children's hanger set from Ikea is a good starting place.
Store lesser-worn clothing like seasonal clothing, or too-big or too-small items in fabric bins, like this stripes around the cube bin from The Land of Nod, on a high shelf where adults can easily reach them when the time comes.
Catch your child’s attention and keep their interest by organizing with their beloved characters, like this Superman hanging organizer for example. This approach might keep your child engaged and less likely to make a mess. Superman always hangs up his cape, right?