5 Mid-Year Wardrobe Organization Tips

As May approaches, it’s time to change up your wardrobe and your look, and to peer ahead into the first half of the year. To help you along, here are 5 ideas for what you can do mid-year to get the most out of the remainder of 2019.

1. Don’t just clean out your wardrobe: curate it.

Mid-year is as perfect a time as any to tackle your wardrobe: you know where you are in life so far, and you should have a clear idea of how you want to spend the rest of 2019. So tackle your wardrobe, make it a thing of beauty, and ensure that it reflects who you are going to be before the year is out.

2. Become familiar with the trends of the coming season, and start planning the pieces to add to your wardrobe.

It’s easy to get excited with the Spring, but be wary not to let that translate to hasty impulse buys and short-sighted purchases. If the warmer months are on your horizon look at summer 2019‘s fashion trends in advance. Or, look far beyond into fall 2019 and work out which types of pieces will best fit with your own curated wardrobe before you buy.

3. Mix it up.

Part of the curation process is culling the average and investing in better quality pieces. But it’s also in making better use of what you’ve already got. Make it a mid-year resolution to create outfits out of those clothes and accessories that aren’t getting any wear. If you have wardrobe orphans (and odds are most of us do) make a decision to either ditch them, or pick up pieces that you can pair them with.

4. Reinvent yourself through a new hair color.

Wardrobe is one thing, but hair can also make the man or the woman. When it comes to hair color in 2019, I have one defining motto: just change it. If you feel you’re in need of freshening up, take a leap and don’t make it half-hearted. A hair color change is as good as a mid-year reinvention. 

5. Refresh what’s underneath.

Take a little advice from Tom Ford and ditch your underwear and socks every six months to keep things fresh. Underwear is a foundation to your outfits, after all. So all those pairs you got for Christmas? Now’s the time to replace them.

Feature image via pinterest.

Published by Irma Laliashvili

Irma Laliashvili is a lifestyle journalist and writer based in Denver, Colorado. She has been published in The Odyssey, The Metropolitan, Medium, and more. Irma holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Metropolitan State University of Denver. She has a strong focus in editorial and digital media with concentrations in fashion, the arts, culture and travel. She loves writing long-form first-person lifestyle and opinion pieces, memoirs, as well as, shorter web content, news stories, and words on all things culture. Irma also runs a fashion and lifestyle blog called Irma’s Got Style. And is interested in reporting, writing and editing through freelance opportunities or permanent positions.

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