Do you ever find yourself staring at a closet full of clothes and feeling like you have nothing to wear? If you’re like most women,
that’s a common problem, for which I want to share my simple fix: edit your wardrobe at least twice a year.
By only keeping clothes that fit your life and size hanging up in your closet and that you can see yourself wearing over two seasons, when you get dressed in the mornings, you’ll be looking at more “ready to wear” items.
You can store next season’s clothes on top shelves, under the bed, or in another storage system that will be easy enough to get to when you next do a wardrobe edit.
Here are some reasons why you should only keep clothes that fit your life and size in your wardrobe.
1. Saves you time and energy
When you only keep clothes that fit your life and size in your wardrobe, you save yourself time and energy when getting dressed in the morning. Not only will you not have to sift through clothes that don’t fit or aren’t appropriate for your life and current tastes, but you’ll be able to put together an outfit quickly and easily.
2. Boosts your confidence
Wearing clothes that fit your body and your lifestyle can boost your confidence. When you feel good about what you’re wearing, you’re more likely to feel good about yourself and your abilities.
3. This will help you identify and curate a personal style
When you only keep clothes that fit your life and size in your wardrobe, you’ll start to identify your personal style more easily. You’ll be able to see what types of clothes you feel comfortable and confident in, and you’ll be able to build a wardrobe that reflects your personal style.
4. Saves you money
When you only keep clothes that fit your life and size in your wardrobe, you’re less likely to make impulse buys or buy clothes that don’t work for you. This can save you money in the long run, as you’ll be able to build a wardrobe of clothes that you actually wear and love.
5. Helps you prioritize self-care
Keeping clothes that fit your life and size in your wardrobe is a form of self-care. It shows that you value yourself and your body enough to invest in clothes that make you feel good. Prioritizing self-care in this way can have a positive impact on your mental health and overall well-being.
In conclusion, only keeping clothes that fit your life and size in your wardrobe can save you time, boost your confidence, help you identify your personal style, save you money, and prioritize self-care. So, take some time to go through your wardrobe and get rid of anything that doesn’t fit or isn’t appropriate for your lifestyle. Your future self will thank you!