Most people spend 10 minutes per day thinking about style, clothing, and outfit assembly. Those 10 minutes are typically spent staring, panic-stricken, at the contents of a messy closet, wondering what the hell to wear.
Sadly, there’s no universal solution to morning wardrobe panic because each person will need to deal with the “I’ve got nothing to wear” crisis differently, depending on how she’s wired. But here are some possible starting points to consider next time sartorial stress begins to set in:
Originally posted 2012-03-23 06:47:18.
No two closets are organized in the same way. Even closets that have identical fancy organizing systems installed are going to be used by different people with different needs and different ideas of what should go where and why. And as someone who has tried many different ways of keeping my own wardrobe in order, I’ve realized that just about every tip for making your closet more functional has pros and cons. Don’t believe me? FINE! I’ll prove it.
Keeping everything visible
– Forces you to see the depth of your wardrobe
– Allows for spontaneous inspiration (colors, patterns you otherwise wouldn’t have thought to combine)
– Can help prevent accidental acquisition of doubles, triples, etc.
– In the case of decorative options (using your hats as wall decoration, etc.), can warm up your rooms and add personality
Originally posted 2014-01-21 06:41:33.
Many people – myself included – do quarterly closet evaluations and purges. And because changing weather prompts us to reconsider our wardrobes, these activities typically take place as the seasons are beginning to change. Which is fine. Looking at your winter or spring items with fresh eyes after a year of not-wearing them can give you great perspective, and you can often tell at a glance if you’ve outgrown or out-evolved certain pieces.
But there is also a lot to be said for doing your purges mid-season. Including:
Originally posted 2013-12-12 06:22:44.