Weigh your options. Anyone who has experienced major weight fluctuations tends to hold onto wardrobes from different weights, thinking they’ll fit into those skinny jeans again some day or fearing donating their “fat clothes” in case the weight creeps back up. Taylor strongly recommends donating the wardrobe you aren’t wearing—not just to make room for precious closet real estate, but because of the toll keeping these clothes can take on your self-esteem. “It’s a reminder of something you can’t wear,” says Taylor. “You don’t need that self-abuse.” If it’s (understandably) too hard to part with a former wardrobe just yet, Taylor recommends folding these clothes and putting them in a drawer or a section of your closet that’s not easily accessible or viewable. “You know they’re there, but you don’t have to see them,” she says. “You want to have the clothes that fit you within reach.”
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Now that you’ve nixed clothes that don’t do your beautiful body justice, you’ll have more room to see what you actually own and can start creating fresh new outfits. Get ready to shop!
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