This is a bad habit among a stunning percentage of women: we regularly wear about 20% of what's in our closets. We wear things, we let our laundry pile up, we do our laundry, we feel like a war hero for having done our laundry, and then we dress ourselves from our basket of clean, unfolded laundry until the next time we run out of clothes we regularly wear.
This is totally understandable (again, doing laundry is the worst). But, your clothes will live longer, happier lives if they are stored appropriately.
Here's a quick run-down of how to store your clothes so they hold their shape and last as long as possible...Read More
If you've been fairly brand loyal for the entire time that you've had your own money to buy clothes, you've been shopping from very edited collections. If you regularly refresh your wardrobe at H&M or LOFT or Nordstrom, it's likely that most of what you would browse would be adjacent to your style. It was these companies' jobs to produce pieces consistent with their brand, to please their customers.
If shopping at the mall is like eating at the food court, shopping #revolved is like exploring the spices at an open air market: there are so many colors and textures and combinations to explore. To increase your odds of success and avoid overwhelm, go in with an idea of what you're looking for. You're most likely to find things you like when you have helpful parameters (i.e. "I'm looking for a chambray shirt" or "I'm looking for garlic").Read More
Virtually every woman has clothes in her closet that she no longer wears; virtually every woman would like to freshen up her wardrobe with some new looks! Rather than encouraging a cycle where we drop bags at Goodwill and then buy new clothes, let's evolve.
Ready to #revolve your wardrobe? Great! Periodically, we'll update this series on Best Practices for Shopping #Revolved, so you can make your first few #revolved purchases confidently.Read More