Since I just spent several hours this weekend starting a big closet clean-out, I thought it was the perfect time to re-post my closet cleaning tips. It’s gonna feel great to start the new year, the new decade, with an organized closet, right Ladies?!
My Tips for Closet Clean-out & Creating a Wearable Wardrobe
The best place to start tackling your wardrobe is just with some valuable questions.
*Which items are your favorite in your closet and why?
Zappos always keeps it eye out for brands they know their loyal customers will love and recently they added Ross & Snow, a luxury brand that beautifully combines two of my favorite things: fashion and adventure!
It’s no secret Chico’s is one of my absolute favorite brands and this year I feel like they went above and beyond with their amazing holiday collection! Excited to share my fabulous finds and some perfect gift ideas too!
Crazy over this festive, yet hip holiday look!
This post is sponsored by Chico’s, a brand my readers know I love.
I love dressing for the holidays! It’s the perfect time to be a little extra and let yourself sparkle, shine, and shimmer! It’s fun to buy a special dress for a fancy party. But it’s also nice to pick out something new to mix in with what you already have. I’ve tried to give you a variety of choices in this post and I picked only things I felt like I would actually wear!
In this outfit below, I mixed a new red leopard skirt with a velvet Tadashi Shoji jacket that I was a lucky thrift store find. I added my red suede boots that I had bought for fashion week. I kept the rest simple with a plain black leather clutch and faux diamond earrings. I wanted to show that a few new things mixed with what you already had might be just the ticket to a fabulous festive outfit. And isn’t it nice to add pieces to your wardrobe that you’ll actually wear again?
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