There are some super closet clean-out tutorials in the blogosphere right now. My approach is to edit when I pull out the next season’s clothes. Swimsuits that have lost a bit of their stretch, too short shorts, yellowed T-shirts, etc. get the heave-ho.
Instead of a closet overhaul, I have challenged myself to wear items that only see the light of day once in a blue moon. And by doing so, I’ve fallen in love, again, with things that I already own. I’m looking pretty sharp on the Whole Foods runs…
I never saw my mother in yoga pants outside of an exercise class, and she always wore lipstick, even in a Nor’easter. I’m taking a page out of her book, helps keep my spirits up.
Cage-effect leather sandals
Pop Flora printed swimsuit
High-rise buckled cotton-blend shorts
Tournament canvas trainers
Printed satin midi dress
Sporty Hiking leather ankle boots
Ribbed knit cashmere silk top
Crinkled mid-rise silk midi skirt
Mika ribbed cotton top
Grosgrain-trimmed bow-embellished silk swimsuit
Bebe ribbed cotton top
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