Sort out the good, bad and ugly
January is all about cutting back on excess. Whether you are deluged with new stylish treats from Santa Claus or you have gone mad in the Christmas sales, now is the ideal time of year to go out with the old and in with the new.
Detoxing your style should make life chic and simple for this year.
In fact, the average UK woman spends almost £13,000 on clothes she will never wear in a lifetime.
Stop yourself and think about the cash you will save and where it could go.
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Guilty as charged? Go on a clothes hanger raid and filter out the fashions you would not be seen dead in.
For the indecisive and sentimental among us, throwing out old clothing we are attached to can tug on the heart strings.
Set aside a few hours – or ideally a whole day – for your wardrobe cull and persuade a friend to help you decide which pieces make the cut.
If you are a true hoarder, try to create a capsule wardrobe so your clothes fit together, instead of buying that must-have item that doesn't go with anything.
Be ruthless, when was the last time you wore it? Swap with friends or sell on eBay and remember two new things in equals two old things out.
Sort pieces into three sections – the good, the bad and the ugly.
The "good" section is items that stay, the bad either need mending or altering and the ugly are destined for charity shops or eBay.