There are certain rules regarding the placement of different kinds of adjectives in a sentence. The general order followed is:
i) Determiners – These are the various articles (the, a, an), demonstratives (this, that, these, those), possessives (my, mine, your, yours, –‘s), quantifiers (all, many etc.), numerals (one, twenty, thirty–seven etc.) and distributives (each, every, neither, either). Determiners usually come first in the order of adjectives.
ii) Observations/Quantity and Opinion – After determiners, come the adjectives that give a quantity and subjective opinion to the noun, telling ‘how much’ and ‘how was’ the noun. (Few, Most, One, Three/ Beautiful, Ugly, Difficult etc.)
iii) Size – The position after 'observations' is for the adjectives that tell about the size of the noun. (Huge, Little, Bulky, Thin, Vast, Tiny, Lean etc)
iv) Condition – tells us the general condition or state of something. E.g. (broken, cold, hot, wet, hungry, rich, easy, difficult, dirty).