This amazing wardrobe was found on archiexpo
Do you ever find yourself staring at a floor covered in clothes and saying "I have no clothes! There is nothing I can wear!!" Well my freind you have develpoed the "I have nothing to wear" syndrome. Don't panic, you'll be cured in just three simple steps.
Time to say goodbye
This can pretty much be described as hardcore spring cleaning. Be tough, stay strong, and you will get through it! I like to empty my entire cupboard and draws, and go through each item one by one. The keeps you can hang back up neatly and the throw aways can go in a bag ready to donate to the second hand store. "But I want to keep everything" you say? I know for a fact that you don't wear half the items in there... here are some guidelines to follow:
Look through your clothes once again, they may feel light on but thats A OK! Take note of what you are missing, do you now have no jeans? Are you going to need more shirts for work? We can worry about filling in the gaps later... for now lets go through your chuckout pile and what you should do with them.
It's great to donate clothes to people in need and also second hand stores, but if you are going to need some new clothes on a budget why not have a swap meet with freinds and family? Set a date, have some cake and swap your clothes! Everything left over can be donated.
The Fun Begins!
So you've swapped clothes with your freinds, you've sold a few things on ebay, and you've donated tnow it's time to fill your wardrobe up again! Remember that list of clothes you need? It's time to go get them!!! Here is a check list to make it a bit easier for you:
Get the most out of your clothes.
We don't all have a million dollars to spend on a new wardrobe unfortunately, so the best way to combat limited clothes is to buy plain clothes that can easily be mixed and matched. You can dress them up, having a variety of accessories to add to your outfits is essential. If you find you always have "nothing to wear" stock up on plain tops! You can wear them with a patterened skirt or pants. You can add coloured scarves, belts, bowties, necklaces, hats, shoes, hair accessories. There is no end with what you can do with an imagination!
On a side note pretty please take care of your clothes correclty! Follow the instructions on the care label and your favourite jacket will last a whole lot longer!
I hope this inspired you to go and do some hardcore cleanouts! You should do this about once a year, so maybe it's time ;) I would love to hear your suggestions and comments!!!! Happy revamping!