Here are some easy and simple tips to take your style quotient to a whole new level.
Don’t Buy Something For Just One Occasion
Most of us are guilty of it. Heading somewhere exciting means we inevitably feel the need to wear something new. However, as much as we like the new outfit, it seldom gets worn a second time.
Instead of buying something specifically for certain occasions, try to have a few formal and dressier pieces in your wardrobe that are more versatile. Accessorized smartly, it will never feel like the same look.
Don’t Buy Or Keep Something That Doesn’t Fit
It’s not uncommon to hold on to clothes that no longer fit. Some people tend to buy something in a size too small as an incentive to lose weight or because it’s on sale.
Holding on to these clothes that you can’t wear is one of the worst things you can do if you’re aiming to reduce the size of your wardrobe. Be realistic and honest with yourself. If it doesn’t fit you, it’s time to sell or donate it.
Don’t Buy Or Keep Something That Doesn’t Suit You
Many of us keep pieces that we know don’t suit us. Often we’ve bought something impulsively because it’s a huge trend or because we saw someone else wearing it and thought they looked terrific in it.
However, because it just doesn’t suit us, we’ve never actually worn it. If a piece of clothing doesn’t make you feel confident and comfortable, it should have no place in your wardrobe.
Don’t Buy Something Just Because It’s A Bargain
It’s easy to get carried away when you see a big discount. You should make the most of huge discounts especially when it comes to investing in designer pieces but only if that piece is something that you really need to add to your wardrobe.
Don’t ever buy something just because it’s a great deal. No matter how inexpensive it is, if you never wear it, it’s a complete waste of money.
When You Buy Something, Get Rid Of Something Else
A great way to keep your wardrobe at a sensible size is to adopt the one-in, one-out policy. Every time you add something new, take something out and sell it or donate it to charity. This will keep your rails and shelves from overflowing.