|I can't find anything in this!|
Today, the front third of my closet is full of clothing that I wear all the time and enjoy. The back two thirds, and my off-season storage closet, are so crammed full of stuff that I have no opportunity to even try to wear any of it. There are two categories of clothing (1) things that I happily remember the occasion that I purchased/received them every time I look at them, and (2) things that I purchased and have barely ever worn (sometimes never) but which are nonetheless quite cute and still fit, and which I am convinced that I will wear someday, as soon as I have something that coordinates with it. Anything that is the wrong size or was worn out got purged in my last closet clean.
So now I am stymied. In general, I am ready to get rid of things. I must pare my closet down, so that I can actually get to wearing some of this stuff. But, in the specific, I can't seem to let any individual item go.
Does anyone else have this problem? How do you decide what to let go and/or make yourself do it?