One in 10 adults has a ‘floordrobe’ - clean clothes piled on the floor

One in 10 adults has a ‘floordrobe’ - where most of their clean clothes end up piled on the floor, according to a study. Other unconventional ways to store clothes include a pile on a chair, in the washing basket and a suitcase. A study of 2,000 people found 44 per cent confessed to being guilty of simply chucking their clothes in a heap after they’ve been worn. Nearly nine in 10 (87 per cent) even have clothes they never wear - because they’ve forgotten they existed, are too crumpled - or can’t be found at all. As a result, 27 per cent have items of clothing they’re not able to wear regularly, according to the study for Lenor Crease Releaser.