Start with the closet or wardrobe, since you tend to throw everything in it to make the rest of your room looks neat and clean. Cleanse the entire content of your wardrobe. Go through every clothes and get rid the ones that no longer fit or you won’t touch anymore. Seasonal clothing, like sweaters and scarfs, can be stored elsewhere or you might want to reorganize it to open up more rooms for other stuff. Don’t keep stuff becasue of lingering attachment. Be ruthless with it. Keeps the ones you still wear and the ones you don’t will have to leave. The winter clothing such as sweaters should be folded instead of hanged. The shape might snag from hanging around half a year and took up your hanging space. Stack them up on shelves and cover it with a thin cloth to reduce dust gathering on it.
I’m going to assume that all your clothes are already systematically organized based on their functions and type. If you haven’t, then it’s about time you do it. If you don’t have plenty of room to hang the clothes, then make the collared shirts and dresses your priorities. Have them color coded to. While it is tedious, the wardrobe will be pleasant looking and you can pick out the clothes you want to wear easily. Bags should be on shelves or hanged as well. Use shower hooks for a cheaper option. The key to making a room look spacious is to have the floor clutter free. That’s how I always do my organizing, hope you learn something from it!