The problem of compiling and updating wardrobe periodically arises before many women. With the onset of the next season, it turns out that the available clothes are not enough for current looks, and there is no extra space for new things in the closet. You can solve both problems by tidying up your closet and making a shopping list.
It is logical that first of all you need to get rid of unnecessary things. At the same time, you will conduct an audit of the clothing you have. It is better to sort things out separately by category, for example, underwear, pants, shoes, and so on. Divide all clothes according to the principle: leave, give, throw away. If the thing is worn out, in a bad condition, get rid of it without pity. Clothes that look decent but don't need can be sold or gifted to someone. To understand whether you need a particular wardrobe item or not, you need to evaluate how much it suits you in size, style, style, color. Consider if you have a reason to wear it and if you like it.
Separate all the clothes you left by the seasons. At first, work only with things that are relevant for the current or upcoming season. Think about what sets you can make from the existing clothes. You must have at least 14 different looks for the season. This does not mean that each of them should have a new bottom and top. One thing can come in several kits. To understand how well things fit together, it is not enough to put them together. Try everything on better. The kit should be completely complete, right down to shoes, accessories and, if necessary, outerwear.
Now is the time to determine what your wardrobe is missing. Take things that are left without padding and think about what you can wear them with. Perhaps in some image there is not enough jewelry or a belt, then describe them in detail and add them to the shopping list. It would be nice to decide on a budget before the day of shopping - general and for each thing. Also check the websites of the stores you plan to visit. Perhaps you will come to the boutique for a specific purpose, saving time and effort.