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Parisienne Diary |How To Clean Out Your Wardrobe
OMG! I have spend too much money last time I wrote you. I cleaned up my wardrobe and I made a list of what I need in my wardrobe! I will tell you about it later because I will tell you how to clean out your wardrobe!
How to clean out your wardrobe
When we start, first we make room on the bed or table and then start to go through every single item in your closet and ask yourself the following questions:
Does it fit? Does it represent my style? Is it currently in style? Would I buy it again? Is it damaged? Do I feel confident when I wear this?
Remember one thing: if you have not worn the garment over a year, you’ll never wear it in the future.
When you decide not wearing the garment (s) anymore, make a staple for selling it or to donate. So you can work further, piece for piece to clean out your wardrobe. You’ll see, how good it works and often you get new ideas to wear your garments and to create another style.
Do the same with your shoes, bags and accessories.
Clean out your wardrobe you can compare to a mindfulness session in my opinion. And you have an overview of what you are missing to make sets.
Do you want to read more about it? Then I can recommend the rules for getting your clutter totally under control.
So, this was the serious part of my diary :). What happened last weeks? I can tell you that I will travel to Amsterdam for the weekend to see Margot and my family. And I am thinking about my summer holiday destination. It’s very busy at work and I have a lot of deadlines. The weather was very good, so after work, I spend a lot of hours at the terrace and in the evening I worked at home. I have to edit photos and work out an interview before the new edition of “Elodie” will be printed later this week.
For in your little black book
Cafe: A terrace just like in Provence – Hotel Providence – 90 Rue Rene Boulanger, 10th arrondissement
Museum: Le Nouveau Musee du Parfum – step into the world of the Fragonard perfumes – 3-5 square de l’Opéra Louis-Jouvet, 9th arrondissement
Restaurant/Bistro: Les Arlots – meaty French classics – 136 rue du Faubourg Poissonnière 10th arrondissement
Art & Culture: You can visit your favorite Paris museum at night during the 12th annual Nuit Européenne des Musées, when all over Europe museums stay open until midnight…
A bientôt! Bisous, Claudia