Monday, 1 January 2018

How to Clear Out Your Wardrobe

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Ahhhh, the new year! Time to start fresh and leave the past behind. This is the time of year when everyone strives to become a new and improved version of themselves, but why set resolutions and goals you probs won't stick to anyway? Today, my friends, I suggest to you a resolution that causes immediate and effective results; A BRAND NEW WARDROBE!!! I'm no expert in organization, but I do know a thing or two about starting from scratch when it comes to fashion. I've had so many identity crises by now that I know the process of getting a new wardrobe by heart. Hopefully, these tips can help you on your way...
1. Establish why you need a wardrobe makeover. Perhaps you're inspired by the classic 'new year, new me' makeover as mentioned above, or maybe you gained or lost weight and need to change the size of your clothes, or maybe you're in a witness protection program? Either way, you need to figure out why you want to change your wardrobe so you can use this as a guide in the process and not get lost and sentimental over the things you get rid of. So you don't stray away from the purpose of your wardrobe clear out when you're shopping your new goods.

2. Gather inspiration and take note. Flip through the pages of your favorite fashion magazines, scroll through your favorite fashion blogs, or go to Instagram and Pinterest to find inspiration for what you want your new wardrobe to consist of. Write down what it is that you like and stick to this when you clear out your wardrobe. For some people (myself included), it's easier to have a mood board of what it is that you want in mind.

3. Sort out your current wardrobe. Look at your mood board and compare it to your all of your clothes. Get rid of anything you don't feel comfortable in. If you don't wear it and don't have an occasion to do so, ditch it. If it doesn't flatter your body or if the material doesn't feel great, that's a sign to get rid of it too.

4. Sell and donate your old clothes. The clothes you don't want anymore should be donated to the charity shop, salvation army or thrift shop. Sometimes stores like & Other Stories, H&M and Zara offers to take care of your old clothes (even if it's ripped or stained) for you so they can reuse it for new clothes. If you have something of value you should obviously try to sell it. You can sell your  clothes from high fashion brands on sites like Vestiaire Collective, while you can use Depop and Etsy for vintage clothes.

5. Buy your new clothes. Keep 1. and 2. in mind while shopping for your new wardrobe so you don't get carried away with old shopping habits. Whenever you pick up a new piece, think about at least three ways you can style and combine it with items you already own.

6. Save up for the good stuff. It's better to own one good pair of boots that will last you very long than opting for new items right off the high street. When you invest in quality pieces, you get more wear out of them and you're essentially saving money in the long run.

If you decide to clear out your wardrobe, do let me know how it went!
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