I haven't exactly started my wardrobe inventory yet, but throughout this past week I have been trying to wear things that I haven't for one reason or another worn lately. I am trying to find out which ones to keep and which ones to pass on by using the wonderfully therapeutic process called trial and error. I bought this green Nanso top at a flea market over a year ago, but I had never worn it before this past Friday. I think it is a definite keeper.
Today I rediscovered my old white Noa Noa blouse as well as this gray scoop-neck jumper that I bought in London years ago. The blouse I will keep for sure, but this gray thing I am going to get rid of. The length just looks wrong to me.
I have a feeling that this is going to be a tricky process. The more old things I find, the more I am convinced that I can / will / have time to wear everything at some point. Perhaps I will just get rid of the items that fit poorly, or are too big or small. There are plenty of those around, too, because I have often bought things, especially second-hand, that I intended to mend, and never did. For whatever reason it is difficult to part with clothes like that too.