Nothing to wear … How to create the perfect wardrobe?
The wardrobe is full, there is nothing to wear. All available funds are spent on clothes, clothes occupy all the free space in the apartment, but it is absolutely incomprehensible what is going to work today. How to solve this eternal problem and, not having extra things, always have something to wear? NinaMalyna Shutterstock.com How many clothes do you need? As a rule, much less than what you already have. The required amount of things in your wardrobe is determined by your lifestyle and the climate in which you live. If on weekdays you live according to the work-shop-house scheme, and on weekends you go to the cottage or go for a walk to the nearest park, why do you have three new evening dresses in your wardrobe? If there, where you live, only two hot months in a year – why do you need three dozen t-shirts and four pairs of sandals? Disassemble your wardrobe and find out for which weather you have more than enough things, and in what weather you absolutely have nothing to wear. Distribute surplus and buy only really necessary things. How not to buy unnecessary things? The perfect wardrobe is the minimum possible number of things from which you can make the maximum possible number of combinations. To do this, you must not only understand well what is going on for you and choose things of a certain cut. Things in your wardrobe should be easily combined with each other, which means that in addition to the appropriate style, you need to choose things of a certain color range from a fabric of a certain texture. The golden rules of shopping: you need to know well what is hanging in your wardrobe, and never buy things that you cannot wear as soon as you need. When you pick up a thing that you like, you must first ask yourself how often you can wear it and what you will wear it with. Will you wear a thing regularly or be able to wear on the strength a couple of times a year. Does this thing combine with those things that you already have, or in order to wear it, you still need to buy the appropriate shoes and accessories. Next, you need to find the reasons why this thing is not worth buying, even if the first two questions were answered positively: You should not buy things that require rework. No bit to stitch or place. Such things usually lie in the wardrobe dead weight. Do not buy things that require complex care. Black trousers are made of highly creased fabric, to which everything that can stick can stick – a bad choice, even if they cost three kopecks. You should not buy things from pure synthetics, no matter how attractive the colors and price are. Discomfort when wearing will eventually force you to shove the thing into the far corner of the cabinet. The thing is not sitting perfectly, it restricts movement and you do not feel absolutely comfortable in it, the fabric is wrinkled or dirty easily – return the thing to its place, it will be a waste. The thing fits well, fits perfectly into your wardrobe and you feel comfortable in it – take it. Unless, of course, you have three or four similar things in your wardrobe. When you have a good idea of what is hanging in your wardrobe – it is easy to save not only money, but also time and even space in the apartment. You will stop combing all the shops in a row in search of what is unknown and go only where there is a chance to buy that particular piece of clothing that you need. You will remember the stores where you had especially good purchases, and you will only go to them. You will understand which brand of clothes is best for you, and you will be purposefully looking for them on trips abroad or online stores. After some time, your clothes will start to fit in the closet, and no weather forecast can dishearten you.