Closet Review Part Two
I cannot overemphasize the importance of a closet edit and review! Just going through your closet once every six months or so can make a huge difference in your wardrobe options. One trick I use is to turn all my hangars “backwards” at the beginning of a season. Then when I’m ready to switch over to the new season’s clothes any hangars that are still backwards are evaluated to see if I keep that item or donate it. As you’re cleaning out ask yourself the following questions:
1. Does it fit?
2. Is it in good condition? (No stains, tears or signs of wear)
3. Is it flattering? (Is it too loose/tight? Do the buttons gap?)
4. Can I pair the item with at least 3 other pieces in my current wardrobe?
5. If I were shopping today, would I buy it?
Asking these questions will help you determine what to keep and what to throw away/donate. Once you clean out, spend some time organizing! I organize my tops/jackets/sweaters by color, which makes finding things a lot easier. It’s definitely worth the time and makes assembling outfits a breeze.
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Today’s outfit is another one from my recent purge/closet review session with the lovely Mrs. K. What do you think?
Printed cotton shirt: Old Navy
Brown blazer: Dress Barn
Levi’s mid-rise skinny jeans: Kohl’s
Comfort Plus brown pumps: Payless