Refreshing Your Wardrobe For The New Year

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While it’s a shame that we haven’t been able to wear most of our outfits to public events in 2020, the new year holds plenty of hope. A milestone like a new year also gives us the chance to reconsider what it is we appreciate about fashion, and the role it plays in our lives.

Now can be a great chance to dig into your wardrobe, see what items work, which don’t, and what new outfits you might like to put together. If this stops feeling like fun, then pause, take a break, and come back to it later. Your clothing should always work for you after all, and it’s no fun if you feel chained to perfection.

But how can you better organize your wardrobe for the new year? What advice might we give for this? And furthermore, how can we deal with the expense after such a long and quite financially draining year? Well, no matter if you spend your savings, use Buddy Loans, or shop more diligently, we have some advice for you:

Organize Your Clothing

Organizing your clothing is a great way to feel more enthusiastic about your outfits, or just knowing what they might be. If you’re anything like most people, you’ll no doubt have clothing items that you haven’t seen or worn in years in your collection. It’s okay to throw some of that out, or to try it all on to see how you fit in it still, as well as how confident or stylish you feel in it. This can be a fun activity! You don’t have to do it all at once, a few days or weeks can give you ample time to organize.

Sell What You Don’t Wear

It can be a great idea to sell that which you don’t want to wear. This not only prevents you from contributing to landfills, but it also gives you the chance to find your clothes in new and appreciative homes. Selling your clothes on apps like Depop, or eBay, or even Instagram can help you not only make a little bit of money, but it gives you the chance to easily rid yourself of your old clothes.

Try Thrift Stores Or Apps Like Depop

You’d be surprised just what amazing clothing you can find for cheap in thrift stores or on apps like Depop. They regularly offer designer clothes for incredible prices, and that in itself can be quite the investment to make. Furthermore, while it is quite sad and unfortunate, many smaller and boutique stores are going out of business due to Covid-19. It can be worth supporting them, or at the very least scoring a good deal from a closing sale, which also helps in its small way. Keeping an eye out and being more adventurous in your dress can certainly help you in a financial sense.

With this advice, we hope you can more easily refresh your wardrobe for the new year.

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