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5.12.2020

10 pieces to ditch from your wardrobe before you turn 35












Hi everyone,

Curating your wardrobe is very difficult contrary to what you may believe. Constantly towing the line between investing in classic pieces and splurging on those more fun, trend-driven buys can be quite challenging. As you in your journey of figuring out how to to build an effective wardrobe that suit your personal style, your morphology, your skin tone and your lifestyle, here's 15 things that you need to get rid of right away especially if you already turn 30:


  1. Trend driven pieces that don't suit you: We all buy that piece of fashion just because it looked good on an instagram model but never get to wear it because it's either doesn't fit, poor quality or doesn't flatter you . Donate Your Unworn Fast Fashion Items and Invest in Quality Basics. Even if some of them fit you, let's all agree that some of them must go.
  2. Poor fitting dress: A quick trip to the taylor can change everything. Adjusting a tiny bit at the hip or a tweaking a hemline at the ankle can make an item so much more expensive than it is
  3. Low rise jeans: Replace low rise jeans by a classic pair of high rise wide-leg or straight leg jeans. 
  4. Skin tight bodycon dresses: Go for low back cocktail dresses in silk or satin with a silk feel material
  5. Mini skirts/dresses: It's not that I don't like them but it's better keeping a wardrobe of multi-function, multi-occasion pieces and those are not part of the list. Let's take a minute to think about the versatility of a midi skirt.

  1. Tube tanks:  We all love them and I must admit; but think of replacing your tube tanks by camisole (silk or sateen with silk feel) Tube tops have a time and place, sure, but for everyday layering, we think a slinky tank is a more elevated choice.
  2. Cheesy prints and saying tee: For our every day work wardrobe, let's go for something more artful and elevated.
  3. Jewelry that can turn your skin green:We have nothing against inexpensive jewelry. Just make sure you’re buying it from a trusted brand that won’t negatively impact your skin. Avoid plastic jewelry coated in silver or gold paint; these are the worst offenders
  4. Cheap ballet flats: I would personally recommend to replace those by good quality pair of pointed-toe 3" classic heels but if you must wear flat you can still keep it classy : elegant pointed-toe flat, high quality ballerinas and loafers can also be used to elevate your wardrobe.
  5. Old underwear: I will leave this right there. I am 100% positive that we all understand and know what to do.





























Outfit details
Handbag & shoes @Luminescence 

Do you have a well-curated wardrobe, if so what other pieces you got rid of in the process. Or are you still contemplating the project of having a functional wardrobe? Do you still have some of those in your closet. I personally think of 15 more pieces that does not belong to a professional wardrobe. Comment below and let me know. I would love to read your thoughts.

                                  

Thanks for stopping by.

XoXo,

Moumous

  
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14 comments:

  1. Wow, you look amazing in this fabulous jumpsuit! I've never been able to wear cheap ballet flats...my feet need a decent arch support. Thanks for linking up!

    Emma xxx
    www.style-splash.com

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    1. lol Emma, you have picky feet:-). Very good! :-).

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  2. Great tips.Thankfully, I have gotten better at making good choices with clothes in the past few years so I only have to trimp my wardrobe every so often.
    wwww.chezmireillefashiontravelmom.com

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    1. Great Mireille! A functional wardrobe is everything. XO,

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  3. Stunning outfit and bag Iris! Your tips make perfect sense. Thanks for joining #WowOnWednesday.

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  4. Moumous, this red pantsuit is absolutely fabulous on you! And I had to laugh at some of the things on your list. Old underwear! But they are the best underwear, aren’t they? So comfortable. I was actually just thinking the other day that I need to clean out my underwear drawer. And the tube tops! I don’t think I have ever worn a tube top even when I was young and skinny. Thanks for sharing and linking up.

    Shelbee
    www.shelbeeontheedge.com

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    1. Hi Shelbee - you know I am all for quality items - good quality last- so old underwear yes- if they still in good shape. I was mostly referring to the "holey" ones - We need to let go of them.lol.

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  5. A super cute jumpsuit, I love the style and colour. Jacqui x

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  6. I am not a fan of midi skirt and this post is a great tips list. I will also add any ripe clothes on your closet or with holes need to go. Lady in red on this jumpsuit!!!

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    1. ripped clothes! indeed, I forgot that one. Panties with holes must go :-) too

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  7. What a fun statement red outfit! thanks for sharing!

    Thanks so much for joining the #WeekdayWearLinkup!

    Away From Blue

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