9 Things in Your Closet to Get Rid Of
One of the great things about living at a Rosetti property is the spacious closets. They’re perfect for storing all the shoes, purses, and clothing that you’ve acquired and love. However, the bigger the closet the easier it is to keep things that you no longer need. To help you declutter, we’ve put together a list of 9 things in your closet it’s time to get rid of.
When was the last time you wore that Crayola crayon costume? Probably not since you bought it five years ago. Donate it to a friend who needs a costume or get rid of it. We guarantee you’re not going to miss it. The same thing goes for all of those dance and theater costumes from high school. While they may be sentimental, they’re not benefiting you by staying in your closet. Time to say goodbye!
Bridesmaid dresses are expensive, which makes them hard to part with. You know you won’t ever wear that orange, floor-length gown again though. Into the donation pile it goes.
Stretched Out Clothing
It’s stretched out, old, and doesn’t look right on your body. Let it go.
Boots, flats, high-heels, dress shoes, sneakers, it doesn’t matter. If the shoes leave you limping, give your feet blisters, or are collecting dust because they don’t even fit, let them go. You’re literally hurting yourself by wearing them.
Items You’re Keeping because You Spent A lot of Money on Them
You know that one thing in your closet that you splurged on? Maybe it’s a pair of shoes you saw your favorite celeb wearing, or a jacket that you told yourself you would wear every day. If the item still has the tag on it 8 years later, or you can count on one hand hoe many times you’ve worn it, let it go. You’ve already spent the money, keeping the item will only make you feel guilty.
Cheap Costume Jewelry
Costume jewelry is fun when we’re in high school and college. It’s a cheap and easy way to keep up on trends and refresh our closets. Those necklaces are probably more green than silver now. Throw them out and spend some money on timeless, higher quality pieces you’ll actually wear.
What we wouldn’t do for a free T-Shirt back in college. Keep a few for painting, to wear to the gym, or to sleep in and then let the rest go. You didn’t wear them back then, you’re not going to wear them now.
Free Tote Bags
Just as free t-shirts were “the thing” in college, free tote bags are the popular SWAG to receive now. Put some in your trunk to use at the grocery store and when you run errands and get rid of the rest. You’ll never use them all.
The Fix it Pile
Somewhere in your closet, probably in a deep dark corner, lurks the fix it pile. You know the one. The one you put that ill-fitting dress in, shoes that need to be resoled, and the purse that needs a new strap. If those items meant that much to you, you would’ve fixed them by now. Either fix them in the next two weeks or say goodbye!
Fingers crossed that after going through this list you now have a beautiful, organized closet! If you’re still in need of a bigger closet, contact us today to schedule a tour. Our 1, 2, and 3-bedroom apartments include spacious closets for you to store your most beloved items.