Showing posts with label clothes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label clothes. Show all posts

Isn't it time you declutter your wardrobe?

This is something I try to do on a regular basis but let’s face it it’s not the most exciting of household chores but there are some great benefits to taking on the task.

You’ll unveil things you probably haven’t seen in a while, reveal tops that have been hiding on hangers for months and have all the things you need to create style savvy new outfits as if you’ve just bought them from a shop. You will clear space in your wardrobe too (Cough a cough) get more clothes.

Sounds good right let’s get started
I like to use a clothing rail to separate the clothes I am defiantly getting rid of and the stuff I’m not sure about.
Anything I’m keeping obviously stays in the wardrobe.
This collapsible clothing rail cost me about £20 from Amazon and is great for when I’m going to the boot sale. When I’m not using it I simply take it apart and store it in a cupboard.
My first rule is if I haven’t worn it in over a year it can go – too often I am getting rid of stuff with tags on it but I know that if I haven’t worn it yet I probably never will so there is no need to keep it.
Does it still fit? - forget about waiting to gain or lose weight so you can wear it just let it go! And if you managed to stick to that New Year’s resolution diet well done you deserve a shopping spree!!
Does it look good on me? – You may want to get a second opinion from a friend here – clearing out your wardrobe is a great chance to reinvent your look so take advantage of it. You may think that that bodycon dress looks great on you but your GOOD friends may beg to differ.
Is it in good condition?- Lost buttons, faded from being washed to many times, rips snags. 
Most minor damage can be repaired by good dry cleaners but if can’t let it go
Winter woollies are bulky and take up a lot of space. I personally like to pack them away into boxes during the spring and summer months then get them back out in autumn,

I have found that investing in nonslip hangers has given a sense of uniformity to my wardrobe and browsing easier.
JML's flocked coat hangers are the business! They are nice and thin so you save a lot of space and the flocking prevents the clothing falling off.
They also come in a range colours and for £21 for 50 you really can’t go wrong!



What to do with unwanted garments?

Ebay it up 
Why not sell it online and make a bit of money? Take a photo of it on your smartphone and you can instantly upload it to one of the many online selling sites. Kerching!

Ebay.co.uk

Get car booting

Why not haul your booty to your local boot sale?

you get fresh air and exercise aw well as make some extra money
Check out my bootsale selling tips HERE
Give it to charity
If you are a Necter points collector you can collect extra Necter points when you donate items to Oxfam – check out the website for more info
http://www.oxfam.org.uk/donate/donate-goods/tag-your-bag


If you don’t like it, don’t have it taking up space in your wardrobe!
there’s probably someone else out there who would love it, a friend or relative perhaps?

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Don’t forget to spring clean your drawers as well!

Wots her name again?/Tagoes Closet boutique @ Capital Carboot

I hope that everyone had a wonderful fashionable weekend.
I was really scared the weather would let me know as I had been preparing all week for Capital Car boot and wanted to get loads of my old clothes, shoes bags ect as I starting to feel claustrophobic in my living space.
Getting ready for the bootsale
Well the weather kept to its word and it was lightly over cast but ok. And we were ready to go!
We decided that we wanted to go for a mini boot sale boutique type of feel to make it fun for the shoppers.
We brought a funky pink rug, Mannequins and picture frames to put up signs and messages.
As well as me and Sherry we were also joined by Omar and Buster who were selling men’s clothing, shoes and accessories –Oh and Buster who is a Make-up artist was selling MAKE-UP brushes!!!
Wooooootttt
I called dibs on the ones I wanted before he was even properly unpacked!
Throughout the say ladies were pushing each other out the way to get to his stuff.









I’m happy to say that we all did really well and came away with much less than we came with but my purse was very heavy J
I’m also happy to say that I didn’t go and buy a load of stuff………
Technically I traded the brushes with Buster for some kids shoes and I stole a load of scarves from Sherry ......
 She knows its ok.
I also brought this awesome coat
(Photo to come)
Look at alllll these moneysssss