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I recently moved out of my apartment and vowed to myself that before I drag my current wardrobe to a new location, I would finally do a proper cupboard cleaning. First of all, it's a big undertaking, a big compliment to everyone who has ever done a Marie Kondo-style organization of their own clothes. I really had no idea what I was getting into or how shocked I would be, both what I found and what I didn't find.
I've never really felt the need for spring cleaning since I've been living in pretty small apartments since college, but wow, it's easy to accumulate unnecessary and worn things over the years. After spending a whole weekend trying practically every item I own and donating something that no longer suits me or my style, I discovered five categories that needed to be updated. From white t-shirts (because apparently all of me have makeup stains) to bras that fit properly, these are all items that I want to replenish as soon as possible.
I found so many jeans that either no longer fit properly or are simply worn out. Denim definitely frays and loses its shape over time. While it's sad to part with my favorite pairs, it's time to buy more modern styles that are not tired from years of wear and tear.
As I mentioned earlier, I was shocked to discover that my favorite white t-shirts all had makeup or, in one case, marinara stains. How long have I been walking around like this? I really don't know, but I'm so glad I finally noticed it so I can replace this wardrobe.
I know that wearing worn out sneakers is a trend (hi, golden goose!) And I'm really all for it. However, it comes at a certain point in time when white sneakers are suddenly beige and there are no logos visible that you know is time to separate. Fortunately, there are always so many cool options on the market to alleviate sadness.
I graduated from college four years ago. So I really don't know why I have several sisterhood and university mascot sweatshirts in my possession. I'll probably keep a few in stock for nostalgic reasons (also known as my parents' house), but it's time to buy some cuter models that I can't wear embarrassingly in broad daylight.
According to ThirdLove experts, bras should be replaced every six months up to a year and underwear after about a year. I'm not proud to admit this, but I had a multiple of both items for at least twice or three times the recommended time. Since I'm fairly overdue, it's time for a complete overhaul of the lingerie.
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