Clothes to get rid of
- Clothes that don’t flatter you
- Extreme trends
- Too much tacky evidence of bad use / clothes you’ve overused
- Clothing you haven’t worn in ages
Remember to not hold onto things just because they were expensive. It’s not a reason to keep something, unless you absolutely know for certain you will use these items in the future. The same goes for clothes that don’t fit you well. Just because it looked good on the model, doesn’t guarantee it will flatter your figure as well as you think.
A lot of these things are difficult truths to face, but it’s important to note these things, because you’re better off not worrying about things that don’t fit into your life anymore. It’s just more space to fill, things to worry about, and less freedom to gain from.
Even if they were cute for a second, it might be best to let it go, because if you can’t see a use for things in the near future, you’re just having wishful thinking for something that may never come, and that energy is not welcome when glowing up. You have control over most of the things can happen in your life, and feeling beautiful in clothes that fit you well is one of those many wonderful things!
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