Do you own too many clothes, yet always crave for more? Here are my tips to help you stop buying clothes that will rarely, if ever, be worn.
Nathalie Ricaud Professional Organiser
Freeing people from the physical and emotional burden of clutter
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Come and learn how to make your wardrobe work harder for you so you avoid…
… hitting the shops
… cluttering your wardrobe
… breaking the bank, and,
… costing the earth!
More clothing is being produced and consumed than ever. No doubt the fashion industry and our governments have a big role to play to produce more sustainable fabrics and provide more recycling avenues. However, as consumers, we also need to play our part by reducing our clothing consumption. Here are five choices we can make to reduce our clothing consumption.
Do you waste time getting dressed and often run late? Do you wear the same clothes on repeat because you can’t find what you want in your closet? Do your clothes end up on a crumple at the bottom of your wardrobe, forcing you to pick a different outfit at the last minute because they’re just too wrinkled to be worn?
Then it’s time to reclaim your wardrobe! In this one-hour online session, you’ll learn how to organise your wardrobe in a functional yet aesthetically pleasing manner so you can:
- find what you want when you need it,
- put an outfit effortlessly together,
- prolong the lifespan of your clothes, and, last but not least,
- feel compelled to shop your wardrobe instead of hitting the shops.
We’ll go through various storage options not only for clothes but also for shoes, handbags, jewellery, lingerie, scarves, and belts.
Even though there are compelling reasons to use a digital planner, sticking to a paper planner might be the right solution for you.