Clean out your wardrobe at least once a month
If you love fashion or at least care about your perfect style and appearance, one of the most useful and good things is to take care and keep your wardrobe tidy (you can easily associate “wardrobe” as “life”, because frequently “cleaning” both of them from the overweight baggage is more than important for the quality of your personal self-being).
Clean out your wardrobe at least once a month and don’t wait for spring to come and start the “spring-cleaning”
You have all heard of the “spring-cleaning” i.e. with the oncoming spring and the warm months of the year, it’s time to freshen up and renovate and/or repair our homes. Thank God, there’s no need to wait for this amazing season of the year to remind ourselves for the wardrobe.
Not including the typical rearranging of the dresser according to the weather (for example to change the pile of clothes with short sleeve or the mini-skirts with those warm wool sweaters and long jeans), it’s necessary for you once a month to make something like a “balance”.
Clean out your wardrobe with the same constancy that you take care of your home.
What do we mean?
First and most important, if you are a true fashion-lover, care about modern trends and the current color tendencies and so on, for your own self-esteem you should not have something that you know it’s not stylish enough, beautiful, modern, inspiring and…even useful. This rule is not only for your wardrobe or your life, as we said, but also for your home.
Look around…the bedroom, living room, the daily room…are they piled with useless stuff –small souvenirs that you even don’t remember how they get in your home; ugly statuettes, taking a visible places in the room only not to offend those that gave them to you; ridiculous pictures that only fill the space on your walls…
Every thing in your live, wardrobe, home – should be a reflection of you, your principles and understanding.
Do not hold around you people or objects that you just “tolerate somehow”…
Surround yourselves with beautiful and inspiring people and material possessions!
Unfortunately, we are used to collect and pile, without thinking about the quality and need of the things that we fill our wardrobes/lives with. But it’s important…look for the quality and no!, we are not talking about the expensive quality – we are not trying to stimulate you to buy expensive goods, saying that only they are qualitative…On the contrary, we are trying to make you be more careful and to sift out the true quality, and not to count on a full of “garbage” life, guided but the wrong maxim that it’s important just to possess…
But let’s go back to the wardrobe…
Notorious truth is that even when they have nothing to wear, women collect three types of cloths in their wardrobes:
The first, of course, are the comfortable clothes
–those that easily can be clipped on without the need of ironing, like jeans, T-shirts and so on.
The second type, those for work – taking care of our formal appearance, but are also comfortable and can be considered as sporty chic style.
The third type…are those that, we – the women – with no exception, jealousy and persistently keep – for those divine moments, when the weighing scale will finally show that we have lost the hateful five kilograms and we can slip in the tiny summer dress, for example, that two years ago we bought for our summer holiday; or the toilettes which we’ve been dressed in only once for a special occasion (Prom night, a wedding and so on) and for sentiment reasons we can set apart from, but we never dress with them anymore, because they are not appropriate or “Oh, no!”- how will i show up on an event with a dress , that I have hundreds of photos with already (yes, there are ladies that think like this if you do not recognize yourselves in this thoughts).
Not to say that clothes always wear the “handwriting” of its time and often after five years they are in the line “outdated”, and “outdates” has nothing in common with “stylish”…
Even if the fashion as the life itself has its own cycle and every trend sooner or later repeats, you can always tell if one cloth is made in the 80s, 90s or in the new century.
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