I know you work hard for your money and, like Carrie Bradshaw, you prefer your money to be right where you can see it, hanging in your closet. But, as with anything else, we also have to know when to let go. Your closet is the size that it is and unless you are super wealthy
and able to design your very own in-home boutique, you have to edit your closet now and make space for those new pieces that you crave. There are some key things I think about every time I go in my closet to pair down and those are the following:
If you haven’t worn it the last few times you’ve put it on to consider wearing it, then it’s time to let it go.
Keeping something just because you know it’s going to come back in style is a bad idea. By the time it rolls back around, there is going to be a newer, better version and now your oldie but goodie (but not good enough to wear all the time) has just been collecting dust and taking up valuable space.
If a piece has a small stain or tear and you haven’t taken it to get it cleaned/repaired in months, you’re not going to. Do whatever you got to do to part ways and donate it. It might be hard to say goodbye, but again, if you haven’t taken the necessary steps for that long, most likely it’s just not going to happen… Read More