Make Room In Your Wardrobe NOW!
Is your wardrobe bursting at the seams, full to the brim with last years impulsive buys, spontaneous shopping sprees and unworn items? It’s the perfect time being the New Year and all to make room in your closet. The new season is fast approaching and your wardrobe isn’t ready!
Let us help – 2017 is your year for a clean wardrobe edit full of staple, investment items.
It’s time to be ‘out with the old, to make room for the new.’
- Work through your wardrobe piece by piece creating three piles – yes, no and maybe. Be ruthless if you haven’t worn it in the last year – it’s gotta go!
- Return the yes pile to the wardrobe creating an organised system and carefully consider if the maybe’s should be kept or thrown.
- Our ‘A Dress Isn’t Just For Christmas’ blog is the perfect example of how items can be worn across seasons yet styled a little differently making the most out of your wardrobe. Use this advice wisely when sorting through your huge pile of maybes. That sequin skirt teamed with a chunky knit or printed tee might just work.
The next step!
- Your wardrobe should feel spacious and tidy with room for the new season to arrive. However, you must resist temptation!
- It’s difficult – we know – but impulse shopping sprees are a thing of your past! The urge to raid the sales needs to be replaced with investment pieces.
- Purchase quality clothing that compliments your existing pieces and will last much longer than the £20 ill-fitting coat or £20 painful ankle boots.
- Don’t be afraid to splash out on those staple items that will actually save you money in the long run. A pair of boots and well tailored coat that will last season after season.
- We all know the saying – join in if you please – ‘choose quality over quantity.’
That’s all for now but remember as you embrace the new season – ‘If you can’t stop thinking about it. Buy it!’ – a new mantra for 2017!
If the thought of sorting out your wardrobe leaves you running for the shops please get in touch. We love nothing more than organising a wardrobe and yours could be our next.