Sunday, 13 January 2019

Wardrobe Detox





New Year New Wardrobe




The New Year is the perfect time to detox your cluttered wardrobe. 

We’ve got 5 top tips to help you curate a more conscious closet. 




1. Categorise 
  • Items you love and wear often
  • Items you like but aren’t 100% about
  • Items that no longer fit or you don’t like
  • Damaged or unwearable



2. Do you really need that many of the same thing?

  • Get rid of what is looking past its best
  • Be decisive and only keep what you actually wear



3. How many times have you worn it in the last year?

  • If the answer is less than 4 (and it’s not an occasion piece) then it’s time to part ways



4. Does it fit properly?

  • Get rid of the clothes in your wardrobe that don’t fit and make you feel fabulous



5. Educate yourself

  • Know where your clothes come from, where they are made, the materials used. Watch some documentaries about ‘fast fashion’, we recommend The True Cost on Netflix. Click here to watch.



Detoxing your wardrobe can be a daunting task but it’s completely worth it in the end. Take your time to look at each garment in your wardrobe before you categorise it, this way you can be certain you are doing the job properly instead of holding onto items you know you’ll never wear.

When decluttered your closet try and piece together outfits as you go so that you know all the items in your wardrobe go together. This will also make it easier in the mornings when you can’t decide what to wear.

Once you’ve finished the mammoth task of clearing up, you can begin to sort out the items you’re getting rid of. Make two piles – one for donation/selling and one for recycling made up of items that are no longer wearable.

Why not try selling some of your unwanted items on an app such as depop. Alternatively, you could always donate any unwanted clothing to local charities.

If you need help detoxing your wardrobe this year why not let us help with our stylist solutions. Ask in store, email or call us to find out more.












Sincerely Madia & Matilda

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