The Stylish Mommy’s Guide to Revamping Your Wardrobe

Being a mom, you have your work cut out for you. Even just one child can take up all your time, energy, and attention, must less two or more. Add in a career or even part-time job, and all too often your day is swamped. When this happens other areas of your life typically start to suffer.

You can’t do it all, but certain things can easily be improved upon, like your wardrobe. If you are starting to feel drab or otherwise unattractive in your day-to-day uniform, then it’s time to take a day to yourself and revamp your closet:

Gut Your Wardrobe

The first step to revamping any wardrobe is to gut yours. Go through absolutely everything you own and start to sort through it. You will want to try it on to see if it fits properly, and then put it into three piles: keep, fix, or bin.

The clothes that you keep are ones that fit well and that you love, or, alternatively, good basics you wear often. In the fix pile, you should find items you can tailor to make perfect, or mend to bring new life into them. The clothing you bin will either not fit you, is broken or you do not wear or like.

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What to Look for In New Clothes

When shopping for new clothes, you will want to look for two main features:

 

  • High-Quality Fabrics

 

You can be fooled by touch alone. Some fabrics, for example, look great on the hanger when you first pick it up, but after one or two washes is already starting to fall apart. That is why you should learn fabric basics and know what to look for when shopping.

  • Good Seams and Stitching

 

If you are shopping in person, always check the seams and stitching. To get a better idea of what to look for you can go to higher end brands and examine their garments to get a sense of good quality.

How to Revamp Your Wardrobe

Some key tips to help you revamp your wardrobe are:

Start with Your Underwear Drawer

Your bras and underwear are your best friends. Without them, you won’t have the support you need to feel great. Bras, in particular, are essential. Sure, you can forgo them when you have small breasts and rock the French chic look, but for women who have larger breasts this is often not an option. Bras are as much for support as they are for fashion, so marry the two needs and shop online for your plus size bras at Simply Be.

Build Up Your Basics

Good basics that feel wonderful to the touch and look great on are worth investing in. They are what you build up your outfit with and how you can balance out more creative pieces.

Get Everything Tailored

Everything that could do with being tailored should be. If you don’t have the skill or tools to do it yourself then go to your tailor. Having tailored clothes can make even the most basic item look incredible on you.

How to Do More with Your Wardrobe

Finally, try to design your wardrobe or closet so that you can actually see in a single glance everything that you own. It looks great in your home, and it will help you create more creative outfits.

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