Welcome back to our blog, Amy here again. Todays post was meant to be showing you all of my new summer clothes but due the
*crap* rubbish weather here in England we have been having recently I haven’t been able to venture out and get some nice shots.
So instead today I am going to be talking about how to organise your wardrobe and how to be ruthless when it comes to chucking things out. I am a VERY organised person in general but when it comes to clothes I get attached to them and hate chucking anything out.
Heres my tips on clearing out your wardrobe –
- If you haven’t worn anything for a year, chuck it. At the end of the day, if you haven’t worn a top for the past year, I highly dought you are going to suddenly want to wear it.
- If you are unsure whether you want to chuck something out, put all of your hangers the wrong way round and then in 6 months time, the hangers still facing the original way round you can chuck out.
3. This tip is more once you have finished the clear our but I highly recommend colour coding/ sorting your clothes into styles. So for example put all of your dresses together, all of your tops together, this saves you rummaging for ages.
Also when sorting ask yourself these questions –
- Does the item fit?
- Is it likely that you will ever wear it again?
- Is the item currently your style?
- Is it damaged in any way and can you be bothered to get it fixed?
- If you where shopping in your favourite shop, would you buy it/ want to buy it?
- Do you feel confident when you wear it? Girls, we need to feel confident in everything we wear, so if you don’t feel good in an item of clothing, get rid of it.
I believe these are some really good tips,tricks and questions to make clearing out your wardrobe a bit more bearable. I highly recommend donating your unwanted clothes to charity because you may not want them, but that top might be someone else’s dream.
I hope this post has helped some people out who are struggling with the amount of clothes they have! Also on the subject of organisation you can read billies post on how to pack lightly here!
Thanks for reading,