Closet Wardrobe Edit

A well planned, up-to-date and organized closet can be your best friend!

In order to take the frustration out of your mornings and make getting dressed a breeze, only keep current pieces within arms reach. Donate items that no longer fit and consider your local or online resale shop for items no longer worn but still in style and like new. Out of season and formal pieces can be moved to an alternate closet or stored in tubs.

Then organize your clothes by hanging like items and colors together. Leave plenty of space between hangers. If you can’t see and easily access all your clothes, you won’t know what you have, you won’t wear them as often, and it’s usually a sign you have too much.

It’s a good idea to do this with every change of season or at least twice a year. As you put away sweaters and replace them with tees and tank tops, look over each piece. If you didn’t wear it this past season, maybe it’s time to pass it on to someone who will enjoy it.

If this sounds overwhelming or too time-consuming, contact me…It’s what I love to do. I can help you clean out, clean up and update your wardrobe.

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Who can benefit from a personal stylist?

Do you stare blankly into your closet full clothes yet can’t find anything to wear?

Do you struggle to put outfits together that make you feel good about yourself?

Do you have clothes in your closet that never leave their hangers?

Do you dislike shopping for clothes and shoes?

If yes, a wardrobe consultant/personal stylist might be right for you. I get great pleasure out of helping women and men update their wardrobes and build confidence through a well-planned closet.