Good wardrobe management requires an amount of wardrobe record keeping.
Alexandria Blaelock, author of Ms Blaelock’s Book of Signature Wardrobe Planning argues, “when you’re planning and managing your wardrobe, you need to know where you’ve been so you can see where you’re going.”
Here are Blaelock’s tips for wardrobe record keeping:
- Garment specifications: brand, facbric, colour, size, purchase and disposal dates, and the total cost (including alterations, postage, sale discounts).
- Classification: e.g., favourites, go-to, mistake.
- Wear frequency: how often you wear the garment helps you work out the cost per wear to decide whether a garment is worth replacing.
- How long it lasts: was it a good deal? Should you replace it?
- Wants: Specific items such as a hot pink dress that you want, but haven’t yet seen.
These five tips for wardrobe record keeping help you manage your purchases and replacement schedule.
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