The way to have a fully functional wardrobe is to build your basic pieces. Your basics should be more classic pieces that are timeless and not trendy. Limiting the amount of trendy pieces you purchase will keep you from feeling like you have nothing to wear when those trends are no longer in style.
March 20th is the official first day of Spring! When spring hits I know it’s time to start deep cleaning and organizing my house. The first thing I normally start with is my closet.
Trying to define or redefine your personal style can be a frustrating task. It happens to us all at some point, whether we are fresh out of college and trying to figure out our new professional style or trying to redefine our new mid-life (mid-career) style. No matter what point in life we may find ourselves in, it is always good to have a great sense of self.
Wardrobe basics are the foundation for an amazing wardrobe. Once you have the basic pieces, finding something to wear each day should be a piece of cake. When building your basics try to limit the more trendy pieces. Your basics should be able to last from year to year. These pieces should be more classic and able to stand the test of time.
A few months ago, I completed my winter closet cleanout. My master closet is rather small, so I change out my clothes every fall and spring. During this cleanout, I realized I had far too many clothes to always feel like I have nothing to wear. So, I decided to cut down on shopping for new things and try to wear (shop) the clothes in my closet more. I came up with a few simple tips to come up with several different outfits using items I already owned.