New year new wardrobe
Deciding what to wear in the New Year can be a tricky task. The past decade has seen us holding onto old clothes that never get worn to buying bargain pieces that won’t have more than one outing! However, a new year unconsciously calls for a sleeker, more refined and contemporary you.
The solution? Learning new styling techniques and investing in a few key pieces that promise to see you through into spring/summer.
4 Tips On How To Prep Your Wardrobe For The New Year:
Step 1: Edit your wardrobe
Parting with clothes is never easy especially if they’re related to fond memories. However, it’s time to let go. Clothes that are not longer doing you justice or have just, quite frankly, seen better days are better out. If you can’t quite bare to ditch some of your hanger warmers, give it a few months and see if you wear them. If not, straight to the charity shop.
Step 2: Create your style ‘uniform’
The most stylish women in the world have their own uniform – they keep it simple, they know what they look good in and they stick by it when they’re choosing new pieces. Don’t be afraid to make the most of what suits you, after all trends come and go but finding and evolving your style is key.
Step 3: Re-invest in your wardrobe
Invest in the pieces that you already have in your wardrobe by getting things fixed or altered. 2020 is the year you stop putting off wearing clothes because they don’t fit right, they’re too long or too big. From a great seamstress to shoe and handbag restoration, it really is worth spending a little bit of money to get things fixed and altered rather than re-buying the same thing time and time again.
Step 4: The power of a capsule wardrobe
Truth be told, the most stylish women don’t always have a huge budget or five walk-in wardrobes fit to burst with designer clothes. All you need is to make good, sensible decisions. Buy what you need, what makes you feel great and let go of everything else. And if you can’t do that Style Me Divine can do it for you, and in just 15 pieces! Book in with me to see how.