I have had a bit of a de-clutter in my wardrobe over the last week or so. Up until now I have stored my clothes by type (i.e. all jeans together, all t-shirts together, all blouses, all bretons etc). But I found that I was struggling to pull an outfit together and I decided I would try hanging outfits together, obviously with some flexibility as several tops go with several bottoms.
Time will tell how this goes, of course it does mean after an item is washed and ironed, I need to make sure I put it back in the right place and that might confuse me!
I don’t know about you but I am not keen on these ‘transitional’ seasons. I am too hot in my winter jumpers and boots but we are not yet ready for summer clothes. So I have my t-shirts with cardigans, lighter sweatshirts and breton tops along with jeans worn with either my adidas superstars or my Pretty Ballerina’s. Take a look at my Instagram page for regular outfit inspiration.
Since I started writing this post though it has got considerably colder again, and so much rain! Today I am back in a thicker jumper which I guess is proof of the old saying 'Never cast a clout till May is out'.
Anyway, since my de-clutter, I can now see a bit clearer what I need to purchase to add to my spring wardrobe. I would definitely like to try some of the lace-up flat shoes currently everywhere. And I fancy a bomber jacket too. So in my 'virtual basket' this week I have:
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