5 Time Saving Hacks for Your Wardrobe

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If you’re someone that struggles with finding an outfit each day then chances are, it may be time to do some organization in your wardrobe. If you’re someone that has a lot of clothes but nothing to wear, then it’s best to go ahead and begin implementing changes.  This will not only save you a lot of time each day (especially if you have to go to work), but this is also going to make your day so much less stressful as well.  These are some time-saving tips for your wardrobe!

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Start by creating a capsule wardrobe

These are popping up more and more on social media, it’s essentially a selection of clothing that all pairs together quite nicely. It tends to include no more than 20 items, which can include trousers, jeans, skirts, dresses, jackets or coats, shirts, and blouses. It’s a good first step to becoming more conscious about what you’re buying and it also helps in ensuring everything can pair together nicely.

Develop a signature look

Creating a personal uniform or signature look will entail you finding timeless pieces and they will forever appeal to you and your taste. This will be the type of aesthetic, style, or color scheme that you’ll tend to wear very often.  This can also help as it’s a hack for having a more productive day because you will essentially have your outfit planned out since everything complements each other.

Go for a more minimalist approach

Remember when Marie Kondo was popular a couple of years ago? The Marie Kondo method still holds. You should get rid of clothes that don’t spark any joy and that do not get worn. Decluttering will look great for your closet but it will also greatly assist in saving you time each day. This will even allow you to take a look at the clothes you never wear and evaluate why you never wear them anymore.

Stock up on neutrals

Neutrals are in, but they’re always been timeless. Nowadays, most fashion enthusiasts believe neutrals are just white and brown but that’s further than the case. While it’s important to have neutral-colored clothing in your wardrobe, as most of the clothes will complement each other. It’s also important to have your accessories color coordinated as well, this includes ear gauges, belts, and even handbags.  It’s also so important to have something in each category of what you own ( shoes, shirt, pants, coat, etc.) that can easily accommodate whatever outfit you’re trying to pull off.

Create a photo library

If you’ve ever seen the movie Clueless, then chances are you remember at the beginning of the movie Cher had a computer software program that would match up clothes for her to wear for the day. That was something that so many people dreamt of having. Well, the good news is, it finally exists! There are now plenty of wardrobe planning apps that you can choose from to help you out in creating your outfits. This not only saves you time from digging in your wardrobe, but it also helps out preventing any messes!


4 responses

  1. Wow! At the virtual wardrobe planning apps. I hadn’t heard of this. What a great idea. As I buy alot online it will also help to decide to keep something or not. Sounds like having a personal shopper too.

    Just had a major cull on my wardrobe as I have had subtle changes in my style this year. Whilst I’m a mimilist it shocked me how much Joe Browns (my go to shop online) I had, I needed to cull I don’t wear.

    I’ve learnt alot through the culling, this autumn. Made a fair bit too, as J.B always sells well on eBay so it helped funds towards the new wardrobe.

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