There’s nothing better than new clothes and there’s nothing better than adding it to your collection of clothing.
When people do spring cleaning or just plain ole cleaning they think they have to throw away the old to make room for the new. No way– at least when it comes to clothing. I have clothes from college that I still wear (5+ years-old).
I don’t see why you have to get rid of your clothes. I’m a hoarder when it comes to clothes. I still even have clothes that will not fit these new big breasts, but I always think someway, somehow I’ll get my regular sized boobs back. Nothing wrong with wishing, is there?
Basically, what I’m trying to get at is there’s nothing better than having options to your wardrobe. Reuse your old clothing and spice it up with new pieces of clothing or jewerly– even shoes! You’re outfit will look completely different.
Couple of my old pieces–
This shredded orange top was bought about three years ago at some store in Queens Center mall that was closing down. I loved it, so I had to buy it. How exactly was I going to wear it? I had no idea, which is why I never used it in those three years.
Paired with spandex black jeans from Forever 21 (purchased in March) which fits me perfectly and accentuates my booty, ladies, we’ve got a winner.
Earrings: Forever 21
And don’t sleep on Charlotte Russe, which is where I bought my high-heeled booties 🙂 I purchased these around May where people weren’t thinking about buying Fall/Winter items.
The old piece in these picture is the gray-pearled vest with black ribbon. This piece is about 5-years-old? Wore it maybe once in college. The only bad thing about it is that the fur material stuck on my black sweater. Other from that, it’s cute and different.
I was able to pair my old vest with my favorite faux leather pants from– FOREVER 21! Can you tell I love that place? Skinny legged faux leather pants with zippers on the sides of the bottom and zippers on the front, it makes it different from other plain faux leather pants out there.
Again, my lovely booties from Charlotte Russe.