The last two years have proved to be an extremely special period of time for everyone. A lot of our lives from where we work and when we travel to whom we’re allowed to observe and what we’re allowed to be doing – have drastically changed. This isn’t the only thing that has changed. but equally significant our attitude to what we wear every day is also undergoing a change.
If you’ve been living the life wearing you clothes or shopping online more than you’ve ever. There have been a lot of shifts in the way we dress this year. One benefit of having more time to do our shopping is that we’ve been able to assess the items we truly need in our wardrobes. An upcoming year is the ideal time to decide what you want to keep and what can be thrown away.
From keeping old clothes that are never worn out to purchasing pieces that aren’t going to last more than one use We’re all guilty of not making prudent choices in regards to our wardrobes. However, it doesn’t have to be this way.
Everyone is guilty. Weddings, birthday celebrations, or a Friday night dinner reunion with your loved ones. Going to somewhere exciting can make us always feel that we require something unique – or something different to wear. But, most of the time no matter how much we love the item we purchase, it seldom will last more than one time.
Instead of buying a specific item for specific occasions, make sure you have a few more elegant pieces that can be used for a variety of occasions. If you choose something basic and classic and not trendy you’ll be able to wear it over and over. If you choose to accessorize it well, it will never be the same style.
2. Don’t keep anything that doesn’t work.
It’s not unusual to hang onto things that don’t fit anymore with the hopes that they’ll be re-worn someday. It’s also common to buy an unsuitable size as a motivation to shed weight or simply because it’s on sale and doesn’t fit your typical size. However, keeping the items that aren’t practical to wear is among the worst ways to go about it when you’re trying to shrink what you wear. Be honest and realistic about yourself. If the item you’re looking for doesn’t suit you It’s time to get rid of it or give it away.
3. Don’t keep anything that isn’t your style.
In addition to storing items that aren’t fitting and aren’t ours, we also keep items that don’t work for us. We’ve often bought something out of curiosity due to a trend or because we’ve seen another person sporting it and felt it was stunning and yet, because it does not fit us and we’ve never removed it from the closet. If something does not make you feel confident and relaxed, it’s got not a place in your wardrobe.
4. Do not buy something solely because it’s cheap
It’s not difficult to be enticed over by discounts that are huge and you ought to benefit from huge discount sales, particularly in the case of high-end designer items, however only if it’s something you’re absolutely required to have in your collection. Don’t buy anything simply simply because you think it’s a good bargain. Whatever the price was, if you don’t use it you’re a total expense.
5. If you purchase something, you should get rid of another item
One of the best ways to ensure that your wardrobe remains at an appropriate size is to implement the one-in-one-out rule that is, every time you buy something new, take it out (and make it available for sale or to donate the item for charity). It will not only stop your shelves and rails from getting overflowing, but it implies that you must be more sure about the items you buy. It is unlikely to buy something unless it is something you are in love with, knowing you’ll need to remove something that is unique from your closet.
6. Swap clothes with your stylish companions
One way to keep your wardrobe looking fresh is to exchange items with your friends. Follow your one-in-one-out rule by getting rid of items that haven’t been worn in a long time and then trading it in for something your friend has grown bored of (but you’ve always been interested in). It doesn’t matter if you have swap parties for a large number of people, or make an arrangement with one person and trade clothes is a fantastic option to have a fresh wardrobe without having to spend any money or causing any harm to the environment.
7. Do not indulge in shopping excursions
Many times, we find ourselves in fashion ruts and feel that we don’t like all of our clothes and don’t have anything to wear. If this is the case most of the time we embark on an extensive shopping spree, and end up spending massive sums of money on the latest trends which end up in our closets for a long time and never getting used. Don’t allow it to reach this point. Instead be on the lookout throughout the year for items you enjoy and make notes of items you’re lacking once you realize that it. Imagine it as an ongoing and ever-changing process and not having to go back to where you were for months. If you can afford to buy one piece of clothing that is truly beautiful every month instead of having two major shopping sprees throughout the year, is likely to lead to more thoughtful choices and, consequently, you will have a more fashionable outfit.