Updated: Jun 15, 2020
1. You have a closet full of clothes and nothing to wear
Most of us are guilty of this. We hoard our closet with sentimental clothing, bygone trends, fix-it-pile, may wear it in future items. These articles of clothing hinders us from picking what suits you the best at present. Cutting down these distractions will help you understand what you actually have and what is it that you need.
2. You can’t find anything in the rubble
If it takes you more than five minutes to dig through the pile and find that one top, it is time to detox. Save yourself the time and the unnecessary hassle by eliminating excess. Swap or donate. It will help you access the clothes you love and regularly wear.
3. You have shoe pillars and nested bags
If your small purses are stored inside the bigger ones, shoes are placed on top of each other (it flattens the shoes), if there is tangled ball of necklaces, it is time to purge. While a great use of space, if you are doing this in plenty then cut your collection.
4. Your apartment looks like it’s been robbed
If you regularly find ‘closet-spill’ in your living space, on the chairs, the treadmills or a secret invasion of your partner’s side of the closet is underplay, it’s a tell tale sign to reduce your bloated collection.
5. You have clothes circa 2005