The 10 Best Scarf Organizers
This wiki has been updated 5 times since it was first published in August of 2019. You can quickly spruce up even the plainest of outfits with a fun scarf — but only if you can locate it within your closet or dresser. Luckily, any one of these organizers will make your search much easier. You’ll be able to grab the neckwear you need fast, or peruse at your leisure. We've selected models that will hold a large collection as well as those designed for just a few pieces. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best scarf organizer on Amazon.
Stylebook If your organizational issue is less putting everything away neatly and more trying to visualize all the scarves you own, then you may need Stylebook. This iOS app allows you to add photos of each garment, create tags for simple searching, record the dates you’ve worn each piece, and much, much more. stylebookapp.com
EasyClosets System Sometimes pre-designed storage solutions just won’t do. In these cases, you might consider an EasyClosets System. There are plenty of customization options that will make your dream closet a reality, helping your organize scarves, shoes, and everything else. Plus, they’re made for DIY installation. easyclosets.com
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To keep your scarves tidy and manageable, we’ve looked for options that are simple to use and appropriate for homes or apartments of various sizes. For those who prefer to keep their scarves in a drawer, we like the Simple Houseware Drawer Divider Set and the Evelots Divider. They both offer plenty of room for even bigger scarf collections, but it should be said that neither is made for big, bulky winter scarves. Also, the Evelots model can be tricky to snap together, so it may not be the best for those with arthritis. But they’re both helpful for storing other accessories, too, such as yoga socks or belts. As for hanging organization, we like the Tosnail Hanger and the DecoBros Supreme. The former is wrapped with rattan paper to prevent snags, a feature that the latter lacks. Because of this, you might avoid the DecoBros model if you’re storing delicate lace shawls and scarves.