|Clothes and hidden shoes|
|Clothes that I try on and don't like in the mornings|
|Each hanger in my closet has about 5 or 6 things on it|
One of my goals that I listed on Wednesday was to take a picture of my closet. Everything right now is still in my smaller closet, as I haven't moved everything into my future closet (I want to get it ready first). By the way, I also have clothes in the laundry room, in my dresser and in my bedroom (in baskets).
A lot of you said you couldn't believe that it could be THAT bad. Take a look at those pictures! It's a huge mess. I'm ashamed. I promise the rest of my house is not that dirty by the way.
As some of you know, I used to be a manager at a clothing retail store, so that's where the insanity began. After bringing home hundreds and hundreds worth of dollars of clothes a month from my store alone, this led to me having a huge problem (of course). I used to have a really big shopping problem, but I have definitely toned that down quite a lot.
I don't wear a lot of the things in my closet. Which is sad. I get tired of things very easily. You'll also notice that I don't own a single T-shirt. I'm weird and I think they're extremely uncomfortable. I also don't wear jeans a whole lot either. I need to get rid of those.
- Heels: 23
- Boots: 5
- Flats: 12
- Athletic shoes: 2
- Sandals/flip flops: 11
There are obviously a lot of things that I need to get rid of. I usually bring my clothes up to a local consignment shop every month or 2 because I'm trying to slowly get rid of my clothes. But I think I'm going to try and sell a ton of things today or tomorrow. Do any of you ever sell your clothes to a shop?
My plan is to get rid of more than half of what I have. I've already sold some, but not entirely enough.
Does anyone have a minimalist wardrobe?
P.S. I should also mention that I took these pictures this week, and I've already sold probably 50 items in the past month.
EDIT: There is now a post on my blog about Maintaining a Minimalist Wardrobe.
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