What To Do When Your Wardrobe Feels Stale

Stale wardrobes are a curse of the 21st century. We have so many clothing options and our styles can change as each trend comes and goes – no wonder the doors are bulging with the amount of fabric inside! 

But even an overflowing wardrobe can feel stale and like it doesn’t fit you at all. At a time like this, don’t lose your head; there are a few easy fixes that’ll help you fall in love with your clothes all over again.

Related: “Ultimate Travel Guide to Vietnam”

Save Some Clothes for Another Season

You don’t need to wear the same things all the time. You can save a few pieces for seasons in the year, and you might even find yourself looking forward to wearing them again if you do. Hey, you might even forget you own that coat! 

Seasonal pieces don’t need hiding or throwing away once you’re done with them. You can wear them as and when the sun is out, or when the red and brown autumn leaves are all over the ground. Have fun with swapping your clothes out as the seasons change and you might even feel like your style is worthy of writing a Vogue advice column!

Get Some Accessories

Accessories can be mixed up and remixed again and again for various different outfits. If you want to wear something in a new way, buy a chunky and/or flashy Australian women’s ring or get a big statement necklace that’ll draw attention to your neckline. 

The tone of an outfit can be completely changed by the accessories you choose to pair it with; something subtle can become dramatic and vice versa. 

Buying a few accessories also tends to be cheaper than buying a whole new wardrobe. If you want to get excited about your style again, try this out before you invest in anything else. It’s the best way to save some money in your clothing budget!

Add Your Own Designs

Once you own a piece of clothing, you can do whatever you want. That means you can apply your own handmade designs, slogans, colours, and labels, and you can apply them as much as you want. All you need is a bit of fabric paint and some creativity and you’re all good to go!

If you like the idea of customising your outfits in this way, we also recommend practising a bit on old scraps of fabric or even an old pair of curtains first. This way you get to know how much paint is needed, how long it’ll take to dry, how hard to press an iron to ensure proper heat transfer, and you can even learn how to wash the fabric without the design shedding right off again. 

When your wardrobe feels stale, your style will as well. Take the power of style back into your own hands and try these tips; as long as you feel good in your clothes and you’re excited about wearing them again, you’re on the right track.






Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Name *