Wear Your Clothes

If you come to my blog regularly, you’ve seen most or all of the things in this outfit before. Recently I’ve been trying really hard to only buy things I know are versatile and work with the rest of my closet. It’s harder than it sounds. Especially when you’ve almost always been a whim shopper. You know, a person that goes shopping and buys a skirt that doesn’t match anything in their closet, but maybe one day they’ll have the perfect top, jacket, and shoes to match. I used to do that a lot. Then I’d stand in front of my closet and stare into a sea of random clothing articles that don’t really go together. I found myself always having a “nothing to wear” moment even though I had more clothes than I needed. It’s because I didn’t take the things that were already in my closet into consideration when making a new purchase.

Then one day I found Kendi Everyday and her Working Closet Series, and my “nothing to wear” woes were cured. She shares the step by step process of having a working closet by getting rid of the things that don’t belong, and slowly adding new things that will make finding something to wear fast and easy.┬áNow I have twice the amount of space in my closet and more outfit possibilities than I can imagine. I always keep this series in mind when I go shopping and it has saved me from buying some unnecessary items. It’s basically genius, and I hope it helps you as much as it did me.

Categorized as: Black, Blue, Cotton, Fall, Green, Jean, Plaid, Stripes & White

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