Spring Cleaning Your Closet
The season is in full swing, which means it’s time to start your annual spring cleaning. The days of cold weather and winter clothes are behind us, so it’s time to purge your closet and make room for all things summer! Not sure what to get rid of? No worries, because here are a few helpful questions to ask yourself when deciding what to keep and what to kick in your wardrobe.
Does it Fit?
First and foremost when cleaning out your closet ask yourself, does it fit? We are all guilty of buying something too small in hopes of fitting into it one day, but usually that item of clothing ends up collecting dust in the back of your closet. So this season make an effort to try on those iffy outfits. If it fits comfortably, keep it, and if not, kick it to the curb! Think of it this way, why have something that doesn’t fit take up space in your closet when you could purge it to make room for something new and exciting like the black floral maxi dress?!
Do I Feel Confident When I Wear This?
Confidence is key in the world of fashion. No matter how cute and trendy the outfit is, your confidence can make or break it. This spring, go through your closet and pick out clothes you are unsure about. If you put it on and feel uncomfortable and insecure, then most likely you won’t wear it out. Your wardrobe should be full of items that make you feel your most confident, so trade in those iffy outfits for some of Ellie’s newest arrivals like the blush open-shoulder romper!
Would You Buy it Today?
A great way to figure out what items to purge your closet of is to ask yourself “If I was shopping right now, would I buy this?” If your answer is no, then it’s gotta go. Trust me, I am totally guilty of telling myself “oh maybe I will wear this again even though it’s out of style,” and I never do. So if you wouldn’t buy it today, then most likely you won’t wear it ever again. Once you’ve cleansed your closet of all the old, bring in some new bright and trendy items that you know you’ll wear like the vibrant blue floral romper.