Master organizer Marie Kondo has the ability to simply roll up delicate garments like underwear, bras and more to turn any drawer into an artistic masterpiece. I need a little more help than that though. My dresser drawers usually look like someone threw up in them, which is why I never remember there’s a pair of underwear with price tags on them that I still haven’t worn somewhere in the back. My underwear drawer is also where I store random important things like my passport, which is probably conversation from another era.

Needless to say, I needed a serious organizational reboot for a long time, and underwear organizers were front and center. Luckily, if you can imagine a need for something, chances are it’s already sold on the internet. When I came across this set of underwear organizers for under $16, with nearly 38,000 perfect ratings on Amazon, I knew I had to spread the word.

Shoppers say the best part about this find is that you get four differently sized organizers with differently shaped dividers in each set. Instead of assembling different parts that increase the price, it’s a simple and streamlined purchase. In addition, the drawers are made of soft fabric and are totally collapsible and flexible, which makes them very easy to store in a drawer and move around. Still, they hold up once you have them in place.

“I was so surprised at how solid these organizers were,” wrote one buyer. “They have a zipper at the bottom to ‘lock’ them in place. They don’t flex after you do this.

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SimpleHouseware Closet Underwear Organizer

Another buyer likes that these dividers make it easier to keep the legs organized. “It literally takes seconds to drop the socks into its compartment. I’m not the most organized person in the world, but it takes no effort,” they wrote.

You can choose them for the whole family, as they are available in different colors to match different design elements. You can grab them in blue, black, brown, and even pink, in addition to the gray color shown above. All in all, $16 is a small price to pay for something that helps you save time and “find things easier and faster,” as one shopper wrote.

Some buyers wrote that they bought them for the recent grad heading off to college, making them a great gift idea for someone who apparently has everything.


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