Karen Walker dress, blazer and coat, Vintage boots, Triwa watch
Over the past couple of years, my wardrobe has been a slowly revolving door for clothing - as something came in, something else would inevitably be on its way out. I've always been quick to pick up on what I no longer wear, selling it on to a happy home, and using the extra cash to put towards future purchases, without ever giving it a second thought. My regret would usually be more for having made the wrong purchase, than for getting rid of it.
The Karen Walker dress pictured above, is one of the few things that I wish still hung in my closet, but currently doesn't. I think it may have been one of the things that didn't make it through my pre-USA cull, which was dreadfully ruthless, although what is probably more surprising is that I don't regret any of the other things that I let go.
I'm of the belief that one person can only wear so much, and with how easy it can be to accumulate a large amount in a short time, I'm inclined to keep a well edited closet that isn't bursting at the seams. How do you manage an overflowing wardrobe? Do you keep it at a manageable level or like me, do you sell things on?