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You don't have to be a professional organizer (or even a fan of Marie Kondo's Tidying Up) to get your closet in order. All it really takes is the right tools. Because accessories - shoes, jewelry, and beyond - can be the most challenging items to store neatly, we've rounded up 15 clever organizers that are game for the task. Better yet, they're all available on Amazon Prime, so you can get straight to organizing in just two days' time.

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