You open the closet full of hope, but this time you can't find something you like. It looks like you have nothing to wear and at the same time, you have too many things to choose from. Managing your wardrobe can be difficult, particularly when you've packed many clothes over time. However, even if it seems like you never have anything right, the solution is not to buy even more clothes. On the contrary, it is advisable to do a little order and give up the items that make your mission more challenging.
Here are five items from your wardrobe that are ready to be discarded:
1. The jeans that you love, but that are too worn.
These are the jeans you wore all summer or fall, the jeans in which you have a lot of pictures and unforgettable memories. They are comfortable, fit you perfectly, and seem to be part of you already. However, they are worn out and do not look good at all. You know that, so you don't even wear them anymore. Even if you don't like it, it's time to let them go and make room for a new pair, which you can wear every day, without looking confused in your wardrobe.
2. The clothing items that are too small or too large for you.
You promised yourself that you would lose weight, especially to wear that skirt or that top again. But, unfortunately, a few good months have passed since then, and nothing has happened. Or, on the contrary, you may have lost weight in the last year, but you have kept your old clothes just in case you gain weight again.
Well, the clothes that don't fit you anymore only deceive you when you want to get dressed. So donate them and stick with the ones that suit you perfectly. It will be much easier.
3. The clothes you like but haven't worn in over a year.
You discovered yourself in a particular style and often wore that pair of pants or sneakers. In the meantime, your tastes have changed a little. You still like old pieces, but not enough to wear them constantly. However, you still have them in the closet, cluttering your wardrobe. It's time to donate and move on. Follow the golden rule: donate or recycle if you haven't worn it in the last year!
4. Worn bras, tops, socks.
Every woman has a bra, which is hard to give up. You've probably thought about it before. Maybe it's the comfortable one, without wires and with soft cups, or perhaps it's the seductive one. Whatever it is, if it's worn out and you don't wear it anymore, don't keep it in the closet. It will confuse you when you want to build an outfit. It is also valid for other accessories, such as socks, stockings, tights, T-shirts, or tops.
5. The dress you have nowhere to wear.
Even if you have found an excuse so far, it is clear that that dress is not for you if you have not found the proper event to wear it. For example, it's okay to keep an elegant dress for special occasions, but problems arise when are too many of these special dresses.