Get your wardrobe organised: Creating a framework of what to wear every day.
Do you wake up in the morning and your heart sinks when you start to think about the day, about getting up, and what you are going to wear?
Does your day unravel before it’s even started?
Do you wish you could go back to bed and not have to face the day?
I know that feeling, which is why I recommend you choose your outfit the night before. If you do that, you have created a routine for yourself, one where your brain doesn’t have time to think, let alone object, to the day.
Prepare as much as you can the night before.
I have plenty of resources if you’d like to dive further into getting your clothes organised.
How to create stunning outfits from clothes you already own is perfect for this time of year, with Thanksgiving just behind us, Christmas ahead of us, followed by New Year’s Eve.
This blog post is How to put outfits together and get your wardrobe organised, and goes into detail about my 70, 20, 10 method or wardrobe organising.
And this, Get your wardrobe organised and achieve a better work life balance, was written during the first wave of the Covid pandemic and has some useful tips for getting your clothes organised when circumstances around you are changing all the time and you just think, ‘Why bother?’.
Finally, why not consider joining us in reDRESS, where we will help you design a wardrobe and a personal style exactly tailored to you, your life and how you want to live it.