#1 - The White Horseman of "Closet Real Estate" Conquest
Unless you have a Gatsby-sized closet, you likely have too many clothes in too small a space, causing a rack jam (where it's so tight it's hard to get clothes in or out).
This is not only unsightly - it's disorganized. You probably can't find items you are looking for and are inadvertently hiding items you forgot you even had.
To take control of your space - conduct a Wardrobe Edit*:
Step 1 - remove all hanging garments and hangers from your closet;
Step 2 - designate 4 piles: keep, alter, donate/sell, trash;
Step 3 - try on each item;
Step 4 - put each item in one of the piles;
Step 5 - remove the hangers from the donate/sell & trash piles of clothes
Step 6 - re-organize clothing, putting like next to like (I.e., shirts with shirts, pants with pants).
*Note: CMMP offers professional Wardrobe Edit services. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.