I am not gonna lie: I myself am guilty of being overly attached to my clothes. Each one of the pieces I keep in my wardrobe brings a little memory — how I bought it, where I wore it — and separation is hard when it’s time to clean up.
Sure, it is easier to toss that dress that seems to bring you bad luck at parties, but we are all full of excuses when it comes to taking something out of our clothes for good, even if it hasn’t been worn in light years.
So be brave, grab that skirt that was just wearable in 2004 and ask yourself: do I need this? Follow this chart on how to clean out your closet and find out. And remember: donating is not throwing away!
Chart via Vogue