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Style Resolutions for the New Year

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If you’re ready to make some changes for the new year, your closet is a good place to start! I’ve got a few tips for getting your wardrobe ready for the new year! (And if you need some tips for a good closet clean out, I’ve got you covered!)

Style Resolutions for the New Year

1. Organize Your Closet 

Not the most fun way to spend an afternoon, but you’ll definitely benefit from this task! Considering you get dressed every day, make it easier and more fun by having items easily organized and accessible. This will save you time and frustration! 

2. Do Inventory 

Just like stores do their inventory before the new year, take stock of your own closet. What are you lacking? What do you have too much of? If you’ve got 14 black crew neck sweaters and you only wear two of them, consider letting go of a few. How are your staple items holding up? Make a list of the items that are getting too worn: stained t-shirts, shredded jeans (and not in a fashionable way), and any other beyond-repair items. 

3. Decide to Invest 

Been eyeing those designer jeans or that statement bag for years? Make this the year you stop dreaming and buy! Investing in good quality pieces you love doesn’t means you’re being financially irresponsible, in fact, they can actually save you money over time! So save up, make that purchase and love every second you wear it! Take care of these items and they should last you years!

4. Experiment 

A new year is the perfect time to start fresh and that includes your style. If you’ve been feeling stuck in a style rut, break out! Wear your favorite items in unexpected ways, try out new trends, and see what you like! Don’t let those items you’ve bought but don’t know how to wear just sit in your closet another year!

Make 2017 your best style year yet!

Originally published December 31, 2014

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