Imagine walking into your closet and having every outfit you ever wanted or needed organized, properly tailored, and ready to wear at your fingertips. It might sound like you need a large disposable income, but this isn’t the case. All you need is a bit of creativity, understanding, and focus to accomplish the goal. Here are some tips to help you create a well-rounded wardrobe that’s not only arranged, and stylish, but also tailored to your lifestyle, and on a budget.
The core of every wardrobe are the essentials. These necessary clothing articles are the foundation of any great closet and will have you prepare for almost any event that life throws at you. These items include a suit, dress shoes, woven shirt, polo, basic sneakers, plain t-shirt, denim, chinos, and belt. Once you include these items in your wardrobe you can begin to fill it out with more trendy or designer clothes.
Your fit can mean all the difference between a great or terrible outfit. Just because you got something in your size doesn’t mean it fits correctly. The quintessential wardrobe should consist of tailored clothes. The Something items might have to go to a tailor to properly fit your body composition, so for starters buy clothes that work with your body type.
Even though we should make it a point to dress at all time our best but in reality our day-to-day activities don’t require us to be on one every second. This is when we turn to items fit our lifestyle. Whether you workout, more casual, streetwear addict, or like particular sports teams, your closet should reflect this. Keep in mind that you should be able to mix these items with basics and should be tasteful.
You’re a lover of every shiny and new the fashion world has to offer. Adding the latest trends to your closet has the benefit of having an up to date wardrobe and shows that you keep your fingers on the pulse but, the positives end there. The world of fashion moves fast and trying to keep up is not only time-consuming but it can also get expensive. Believe it or not, current items have a expiration date and once that time passes those items become obsolete. Our suggestion is to only purchase pieces that can be integrated with the rest of your wardrobe. The last thing you want to look like is 2000 and late.
It’s hard to say goodbye to old or no longer in rotation clothes the we love. Some of these items have sentimental value, or are just too comfortable to let go but you need to clear out these pieces to make room. The best way to make room is to donate pieces and if they’re in great condition you can sell them to make some cash.
Listen, how are you going to have greatest wardrobe ever in life but your closet game is on zero? You got old item and out of season items thrown in with daily clothes, what a mess. But, there’s hope, with a little time, planning, and structure you’ll be on your way to a well-arranged closet in no time. Not only can a structured closet look aesthetically pleasing, in order, and hassle-free but it also helps eliminate clutter.