Hey Loves! It’s a new year which means its a great time to realign, refresh and revamp everything in your life, wardrobe included. But how do you know its time for a upgrade? Below are 5 signs to see if you’re in need of a wardrobe revamp.
Getting Dressed Feels Like A Chore
Getting up in the morning and taking a look at your closet is a strain. Do you feel like that you way than enough items, yet nothing seems like it works together? Do you feel like you have not enough items and tired of recycling the same 9 or 10 outfits week to week?
You’ve Grown Out of Your Clothes
Things aren’t just fitting like they use to. Maybe the sleeves are a little shorter or the hem doesn’t quite hit where it used to. This also could be that you’ve recently lost a lot of weight and everything drowns you. Ill-fitting clothing is a key factor in the amount of wearable options in your closet.
You’re in A Style Rut
Are you lacking inspiration? The outfits that you wear don’t truly feel like your own, whether you’re copying what you’ve seen or just attempting to try something new. You feel like nothing quite fits who you are or the impression you want to leave others.
The Last Time You Shopped Was A Decade Ago
Mind, you some of us were in high school 10 years ago (S/o to Class of “08 lol) and a lot can change in 10 years. A TON can change actually. As close as were are to 2020, Sis, seriously, it’s time for an upgrade. Low-rider jeans don’t work for all of us anymore.
Your Outfit Rotation is Continually Shrinking (And Fast!)
This goes back to the first sign. You’re constantly wearing the same maybe 10 outfits and trying to find new ways to revamp but it only goes so far.
If you’ve answered yes to even one of these questions, then an upgrade to your wardrobe couldn’t hurt. It could be a simple or purging dated/ill-fitting items or an complete overhaul. What’s important is that you’ve acknowledged that something has got to change.
Unsure about where to go from here? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Stay tuned for ways to de-clutter your closet and how to better define you personal style.