We live in a historical home that was built in 1917. The house holds a lot of history, which I will get into in another blog post, but because of that historical significance I have been really unsure of painting…
Summer is officially over in a few short weeks, and the air has already started to chill in some parts of the country. That means the inevitable is coming – the fall closet switchover. Some might find this task fun and exhilarating. Maybe you’re one of those folks who can’t get enough of “sweater weather” and are ready to pack away the summer shorts with a quickness. But if you are like most other people, you will want to figure out at way to incorporate some of your summer pieces into a chillier landscape – lets find out how.
Depending on how much time you can spend revamping your wardrobe for the fall, you can invest in the following:
My final tip for transitioning your fall wardrobe is to invest in good quality hangers. I have recently upgraded my hangers to wood, an upgrade from those skinny space saving velour hangers. I find wooden hangers to be a bit more luxurious looking, as they allow each piece of clothing to have its own prominent space in the closet, and not all bunched up together. This lends your mind to acknowledge and evaluate every items in your wardrobe on a more consistent basis. I feel like it is better to have a few items you love and will wear often then lots of stuff you hardly ever wear but takes up all your space. You will end up with a more beautiful closet with less superfluous
items. Make every thing in your closet something you love and makes you happy , no matter what season we are in.
I got rid of the items no longer serving me, and have donated them to a great organization called Pickup Please, a company that you can arrange to have come to your home to pick up your unwanted household items.
Here are my before and after photos following my closet transition, showing the clothes I have decided to donate, the hangers I am using now and the final result!
What are your favorite ways to transition your wardrobe from Summer to Fall? Leave me a comment below.
Until Next Time,