With the recent season change, it’s the perfect time for cleaning out your closet and revamping your wardrobe. Not only will it organize your closet and make it look fresh and new, but it feels amazing to purge what you no longer wear and get a fresh take on the pieces you love. So many methods are out there, but the key is to just get started. Here are 5 tips to help you out.
1. Don’t Put It Off – Just Get Started Revamping Your Wardrobe
Getting started is your first step. If you just can’t face it all in one go, start small. Choose a category each time you work at revamping your wardrobe. Begin with socks and underthings and go on from there to make the task manageable. Or, if you’re up to the task, pull it all out and get to work.
2. Pare Down and Create Space
Go through your clothing piece by piece. Keep only what you love to wear and put the rest in a pile for donation or in storage if it’s out of season. Clearing out what you no longer wear makes getting ready for the day easier and the extra space makes your closet look cleaner and more organized – a pleasure to view.
3. Choose Your Basics
Having some favorite, classic outfits together saves you time and is easy to keep organized. Select those perfect jeans that make you feel amazing and a crisp shirt to match. If it’s time for some new staples, make a shopping trip to choose only a few things if they all coordinate when mixed and matched. Some items to consider – classic jeans, trousers, a flattering skirt, crisp t’s, and a button down shirt. Keep your style in mind, and go from there.
4. Add in Some Fun When Revamping Your Wardrobe
Select the fun items that can be paired with your basics. Choose from what you already have if you love it, or when you shop, keep your basics in mind and pick a few things that make them really stand out. A colorful shirt you love that pairs well with your jeans and white tankis a great option. Chances are, it can be worn with the trousers and skirt too.
5. Keep it Organized
Once you’ve got your closet cleaned out and organized, it’ll be easier to keep it that way. Placing a basket in the closet to collect any clothes or accessories you no longer love is another great way to keep your closet cleaned out. Any time you come across something you no longer wear or use, put it in the donation basket. When it’s full, drop it off.
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