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Fashionista, Style Consultant and Author, Debbie Wright is back with more style tips for your closet, and your business!  Check out her tips, then get ready to reinvent YOUR wardrobe!

With Spring comes a time of refreshment, a time of thinking so new and clear… so it’s a great time to start Spring cleaning your closet.  The goal of this cleaning is to build a closet full of clothes you love.  When you have a closet full of clothes you love, you feel great every day and when you feel great, great things happen!

Spring tends to be the most popular time to refresh your closet, because we’re coming out of the Winter Blues and everything is fresh and in bloom.  It’s time to freshen things up and look at ourselves a little more positively.

What do you do with your Winter clothes?  Rather than just box them up, if you’re not going to use them again, then donate them!  How do you decide what to get rid of and what to keep?  It comes down to three simple questions:

1. Do I Love It?

If you don’t love it, then you don’t love how you look in it?

2.  Does It Flatter Me?

People impulsively buy clothing because they find a great deal or because it’s a certain color, which is missing the whole point– if it doesn’t make you look good, you don’t need it.

3.  Does It Fit My Life Today?

If you used to have an office job and now you have a more casual job, you don’t really need all those business suits anymore.

You can also use these three questions when you go shopping.  If a new piece of clothing fits the bill, it’s worth picking up.. if not, leave it on the rack.

Building a closet you love always begins with the ability to look at your shape and be realistic.  Women are quick to look at the flaws and focus on what they don’t like about their shape, and then they tend to make bad decisions.  Look at yourself positively to figure out the best wardrobe to fit your life!

For more tips for your closet or your business, check out Debbie Wright’s website at projectcloset.com.

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