Fall is here! Time to change out your wardrobe.
Unless you live somewhere that has a closet big enough for your entire wardrobe, you probably have at least thought about storing your seasonal clothing. I have a VERY small closet so I store my clothes in a compartment under my bed that my fiancé, Jon, made for me. I get SO excited to get out the clothing that I have seen in over 6 months. (It stays pretty warm here.)
If you are looking to do the same but don't know where to start you can follow my steps below!
1. Laundry - Make sure everything is clean so you don't miss anything.
2. Remove all Spring/Summer items before pulling out fall clothing
Would you be cold wearing it? If you live somewhere with weather similar to Texas, then you know we still get those random 80 degree + days. This is where your easy to layer pieces come in. Those are the days you can wear the tank dress without the jacket paired with some chunky heeled boots. I would still put away my off-the-shoulder items and just about anything with a cut-out. Covering up a cut-out with a another layer, completely defeats the purpose. It makes me sad to wear garment where I am the only one who gets to see the special details.
Does it make you think of the beach and nothing else? This goes for your super cropped chiffon blouse that you've never worn with a bra, or those high waisted shorts that you found look best paired with a bikini top.
3. Completely get rid of items that you haven't worn since your last wardrobe switch.