Step-by-Step: The Ultimate Wardrobe Summer Revamp

The sun is finally starting to make an appearance. Warmer weather and lighter evenings are well on the way. It’s time to ditch the heavy jackets and jumpers and fill your wardrobe with light and colourful clothes. If you’ve been looking for a sign to revamp your summer wardrobe, then this is it. We’ve got plenty of tips to help you get styled and sorted for this season.

Bring On The Colour

Summer is the perfect opportunity to inject some colour into your outfits. There are lots of ways you can go about this, depending on how bold you’re feeling. Having some basic, colourful summer t-shirts is a great way to brighten up your everyday outfits. Or, you could opt for vibrant patterned summer dresses for those outdoor events. Even a small pop of colour can make a big difference. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different styles and see which ones you like the most.

Have a Sort Out

You’ve found some new, colourful, pieces you love but do you have enough space for them? If your wardrobe is currently looking incredibly cramped, it may be time for you to have a sort out. There might even  be hidden gems in there that you completely forgot you owned. Organising your wardrobe can take a lot of work, so give yourself plenty of time to do it. It’s a good idea to store away the winter clothes you won’t be wearing. You can also sort your clothes into piles: sell, maybe, customise and keep.

Get Selling

So how can you make money from your old clothes? Second-hand fashion is thriving in the UK, and you can get in on the action. There are lots of apps where you sell clothing you no longer wear. Popular choices include eBay, Depop, Vinted and Thrifted. Some services take a fee from sales, whereas others are completely free. It’s worth browsing and seeing which one would work best for you.

Keep Organised

After all your hard work sorting out your wardrobe, you want to keep it organised. Not only will this keep things looking neat, but it will also be easier for you to find items. There are plenty of ways to keep your wardrobe organised. Keep a simple system that you can keep up in your everyday life. Get into the habit of putting away clothes before you go to bed so you can wake up to a clean space. Make sure you’re decluttering throughout the year so it doesn’t become a huge job.

With your newly revamped summer wardrobe, you should be able to find your favourite pieces much more easily. Plus, there should be a lot less clutter and a bit more colour. Do you have any tips for keeping a wardrobe organised?

Written by Eric

37-year-old who enjoys ferret racing, binge-watching boxed sets and praying. He is exciting and entertaining, but can also be very boring and a bit grumpy.

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