Wardrobe why ever not?, mine is a good size I think, clothes on hangers, keeps them crease free , also see at a glance which top goes with trousers / skirts, , I like life to be easy, just my take on it, couldn`t put clothes in boxes, the only other storage I have is the shirt bags with the Velcro fastening and clear see through front with zips down each side, I have one for underclothes/ nightwear, used these for years in the caravan, fit in side cupboards over the cab, keeps everything tidy and in one place.they also have many uses, easy to pack.
I turned our wardrobe into a larder! Much better use of space and easier to get at the pans, food etc, than scrabbling around in low down cupboards/lockers: I used plastic shelf holders 'pegs' that you find in kitchen cupboards which just pop into a small drilled hole (4 per shelf) and some plywood which I covered with spare vinyl flooring - see below pictures.
We have more than enough clothes storage in the 4 lockers above the bed with excess socks, pants etc going under the bed in 'vacuum' bags along with other stuff such as spare sheet/duvet cover etc which are really useful as they squeeze the air out of them so they go a lot smaller and are therefore easier to store, I also use them for dirty washing too as again they can be squishes small when full and as an added bonus keep the 'whiff' of hubby's smelly socks at bay
We have a set of these each ( different colours) which are great for separating out your clothes http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/30235115/
They lie flat and can fit in lockers. I separate one out for socks, another for knickers, another for t-shirts/tops, another for shorts/trousers ......you get the picture.
Stops all the clothes getting muddled up and crumpled and can clearly see what you need. I put little labels on top to see through the mesh side
Also use for business and now wonder how I manage without.