“I have nothing to wear” “This skirt makes me look fat” – let’s be honest,
every now and then every girl has these thoughts rushing through her mind.
Fortunately, there are some simple tips that can help solve the outfit crisis and take you up on the style meter.
14- Only buy things you’ll actually wear
It sounds easier said than done because every now and then we all buy things that we never put on later.
It mostly happens when you see an on-sale item or something that’s priced ridiculously low.
Stop right there – it’s a catch.
When you fall for fast fashion and shop impulsively you are basically stocking up your wardrobe with low-quality things, you’re unlikely to wear.
And if you do, you’ll wear them out pretty soon or makeup not so perfect ensembles because you weren’t planning to buy those leopard pants and have nothing to match them with.
Build a chart indicating how much of your time you spend working, going out, traveling, and just staying at home.
It will help you understand what type of clothing you need to have more of in your wardrobe.
For example, you’re unlikely going to need 6 red cocktail dresses if you mostly work from home in your PJs, right?
13 Build your own capsule wardrobe
It might sound like something fancy and not for everyone, but in fact, a capsule wardrobe is something that will save you both time and money.
Timeless classics like a trench, some leather, denim jackets, good quality jeans, white button-down shirts, and a pencil skirt are some of the items that will work for anyone and can be combined with other garments.
In fact, you only need 28 to 37 items in your closet to be prepared for just about any occasion.
Go through your wardrobe and see if there are things you can’t combine with others or can’t wear to at least two different places.
These items have to go since they are just occupying a place in your closet.
Mark everything you have with yes, no, and maybe stickers.
Items you absolutely love and can combine with others obviously get a yes and stay with you.
You can move your maybes to long-term storage somewhere in the basement.
You’re no’s, and you’ll likely notice most of them still have price tags on because you never wore them, can be donated to charity.