Now that you have the basics sorted out- and have taken care of getting your wardrobe ready to add new items- the next step is to actually purchase items. This, however, is where people often get caught up the most. There are a wealth of companies, but following some of these tips can really help you sort it all out and wind up with a wardrobe that you enjoy.
Once you’ve gone through the basics to give you a rough idea of what you are looking for to start your wardrobe, where do you go next? The obvious answer is straight to your closet, of course!
Please be aware, though, that like with everything else on my blog this is my own experience and opinion. Some tips might not be applicable to your own style (once you find it), or budget, and that is fine. Hopefully, however, this will help to give you a rough idea of what you need or want to do to get your wardrobe fully changed over to your dream Vintage one!
Since I became more active in posting about my Vintage wardrobe swap, I have received quite a few questions about the process. People ask what I did, how I did it, and what I think the essentials are- and they are all really great questions. To be honest, I wish that I had someone to answer many of the same ones for me when I was working out how to go about it, so I thought I would consolidate them all into one post staring from the beginning. Continue reading “Redesigning Your Wardrobe Part 1; Getting Down to the Basics”