The Purge Process
I'm a big believer in regular purges with your wardrobe , so I try to do so at least twice a season. The easiest way to make a task like this seem less daunting is to break it down by section. For me, this started with the hanging items in my closet. I tried on all the styles I no longer gravitated toward yet continued to keep with every purge. Those pieces were out of there! Then, I moved on to my folded items, then on to bags, shoes, and jewelry. I even revisited my socks, underwear, and workout clothes (I don't know about you, but I always hold on to more than is necessary for these categories and for too long.)
Make sure to say goodbye to clothing that no longer fits or that never fit in the first place, like pieces you may have bought intending to get tailored. I've learned that if I buy something that requires tailoring and don't take care of it from the get-go, I never will. When you come across those items during a purge, it's a clear sign to move on.