You can enjoy more expensive items in your fashion and style when you start practising these tips.
How to adopt and afford an expensive taste for your closet
Getting an expensive fashion and style doesn't have to be challenging or empty your pockets. This is something minimalist fashion can help you transition. Minimalist fashion means to have only some loved clothes in your wardrobe, it is about simplicity and owning only what you need and love. However, this doesn't mean you have to sacrifice your style or fashion sense. In fact, you can get a more expensive taste in just a few steps.
Clothes don't have feelings
They are just a piece of fabric used to cover yourself and make you warm, and comfortable. The ones that express your identity and style should take up more of your money, effort and time.
People won't notice that you only have five T-shirts
Even if they do, you shouldn't care about what other people think. You're doing this for yourself. Less clothes, less space, less money spent on flimsy quantities and redirected to quality purchases.
It is about who you are now
Decide in the present. If you lost or gained weight, let go of the old clothes that don't fit anymore. That is not who you are, you are different now.
No lucky charms
The only thing more tacky than hoarding is hoarding due to superstition. You didn't get that job because you wore a certain shirt at the interview, you got it because you're good at the job. If you don't wear that shirt anymore, let it go.
Think about what makes sense
If you don't wear shirts to work and only go to one wedding a year, having 10 shirts is a waste of money and space where more quality clothes that you wear should be.
The memory will stay
There's more to your travel and journeys than the items you buy. The memories will still remain in your mind and in your heart even if the clothes you bought on that holiday have to go.
Giving feels awesome
The clothes that just occupy space in your closet might be of great use to someone else. Some people would wear the stuff that you don't. Give your clothes a new home and make someone happy.
They will understand
Some clothes are gifts and that makes it harder to give away. You won't break anyone's heart. If they really care about you they will understand. Explain what you're doing and maybe you'll inspire someone else.
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