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Featured Article:- 8 Simple Tips For Decluttered Wardrobe
How many of you open up your wardrobe, bulging full of clothes and still feel like you have nothing to wear? Most people only wear 20% of their wardrobe, do you find yourself reaching for that top that hides lumps and bumps and is oh so easy to wear? Imagine how much money you have spent on the 80% that you never wear? Do you have items hanging in your wardrobe that still have tags and have never been worn? Having an overly full wardrobe is not only frustrating for you when looking for clothes but it also blocks energy to freely flow in a room. I love fashion and am also very spiritual and believe in the law of attraction and the universe. I am passionate about decluttering as this helps not only energy flow but also creates space in your mind as well. Clutter in the home is like clutter in the mind, my grandma used to say it and I believe it.
Here are some key tips and tricks to help you to declutter your wardrobe.
- Anything that is hanging make sure they are all hanging the same way and when you wear an item face the hanger the other way and you will see in a month which clothes you are actually wearing and which ones you don’t.
- Be ruthless and get rid of any clothes that don’t fit you well, or that you are saving for that one occasion which still has not come around
- Start with underwear and work your way round to outerwear and then shoes
- Hold each item that you want to keep and ask yourself ‘Does this make me feel great?’ if not, question why you are wanting to spend another moment in something that doesn’t make you feel great.
- There are certain exceptions of course like occasion wear which you only wear for events, weddings etc but if you have not worn these in the past 2 years, ask yourself do you really need this
- Look at the colours of the items in your wardrobe, do they complement you or not?
- Only keep your everyday wear visible in your wardrobe and put the rest on shelves or another space. You want to be able to clearly see every item in your wardrobe
- Use wooden/velvet hangers not wire as these are not great for your clothes long term
This is a great place to start before you go shopping as this way you are energetically creating space in your wardrobe for new items. Secondly you will be clearly able to see what is actually missing from your wardrobe so you invest in only key items.
Hope you enjoyed these tips and tricks. Look forward to sharing more with you.
Passionate about making you feel great!
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