Each of our houses has required its own clothing system. You've already seen my attempt at glamorous clothing storage.
My kids don't use dressers, either. It helps that we don't keep other stuff in the closets.
I do have hand-me-downs and yard sale clothes for Elise: sizes 2, 3, and 4 each in their own Ziploc Big Bags. They can squeeze into the small space under her bedrails.
I keep two bins in Andrew's closet, one for shoes in the next few sizes and one for clothes.
He grows so fast that I don't have so many hand-me-downs to store. Each season we pull them down and see what fits. Outgrown clothes are given to friends or Freecycled.
I no longer hang his clothing by complete outfits. In this closet, clothes for each day fit in my sister's old organizer.
Above, my husband's frugal work wardrobe, courtesy Goodwill and Salvation Army. His shoulders are so broad that we can barely close the door on his shirts!
He mounted an ultra-high rod to double the space and uses a yard sale dresser for everyday knits.
Tomorrow we'll tackle the tools of hospitality--dishes, baskets, and the like. I'm even boring myself with this series!
In the meantime, if you have specific questions related to clothing storage, I'll do my best to answer them in the comments below.