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Learn how to organize your closet and take charge of your wardrobe. In this video we share some useful tips on how to keep ...
your wardrobe organized so you can take full advantage of your clothes.
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Hi! I am Mica Baileys, style expert for watchmojo.com. Are you always buying clothes but never have anything to wear? Well, today we are going to talk about how you can break this vicious cycle and take charge of your wardrobe.
Get organized. Think like a retailer store manager. Put all your clothes by category. All the pants together, all the skirts together, all the shirts and blazers together, make everything visible. If you do not see all the items you have in your closet, you forget to wear them.
Ask for help. Do you have fashionable friends wearing the same size as you? Shop in their closets, you might be surprised with the beautiful items you can find. Just make sure that you dry clean the item before giving it back.
Check your schedule. The calendar is your best friend. It shows all your upcoming events. Study your activities and plan your wardrobe accordingly. Create a look book. Which outfits have gotten you the most complements? Take your pictures. Print each look so you can choose what to wear when you do not have time and need to think fast.
Make a shopping list. Do not wait until the last minute to go shopping. Be proactive. Before going to the mall, go to your closet. Look at everything that you have and write down a list of all the items you are missing to compliment your existing wardrobe. If you mastered this habit, it will minimize your stress and save you tons of money.