How to Update an Old Wardrobe

The way to update is very simple. No matter how much money you have or how big your closet, updating your clothes is quick and easy.

One of the best things to do is look at clothes, you see yourself in. Also, look at clothes that you see other people in. There is always going to be a time when you see these brand new clothes and picture yourself in it. If I was in your shoes, I would go get them right now. If you really love what you see, you would buy it immediately.

After you get it, look at your closet. You see all these clothes that you either more or haven’t worn yet. The best way to make your clothes look like a complete individual, mix the up to date with the so out of date. Then you add your own spice to it. Women can wear some jewelry, high heels, or a headband. Men can wear some chains, new shoes, chains, or watches.

Growing up, I never had the experience or even the statistic of having a love for clothes. Every time I had a pair of clothes, I will just mix them up with others clothes I have. It was pretty funny, but it was embarrassing now that you think about it. I was very young where every color of the rainbow. I think it was because I was between the ages of 5 and 9. When you’re around those ages, you don’t even care about what you wear.

But now, I love these new pair of clothes they come. I don’t have an obsession with it. I can look out a window without saying “I am going to get those pair of clothes immediately.” I just take my time, and if I feel like it’s a necessity, I will buy me a pair.

Before you know it, your clothes will look like you designed it yourself. It is never right to throw away a pair in order to fill in space for a new pair. Before you throw it in the trash, see if it works with anything new. The old will come back some day. All you have to do is put in your own style. It is the true essence of standing out. Only then will you have a closet that will look like a place where you can wear anything that attracts you.

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Simplyoj (Joy L. Carnay) Simplyoj (Joy L. Carnay)
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Posted on Sep 17, 2009