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Whenever I shrink someone’s closet, I ask them when the Deathdreams shirt Furthermore, I will do this last time they wore a piece was. I give them a 30-day limit, and if they haven’t worn it in 30 days, it’s time to say goodbye. (Of course, I take seasons into consideration: It wouldn’t be kosher to part with a winter piece in summer, because obviously the person hasn’t worn it in 30 days. Use your best judgement here.) When I started going through my pieces, I asked myself truthfully when I had last worn a piece. If it didn’t make the 30-day cut, I put it in the “part with” pile. I had to be unforgiving and harsh with this—no one else was here to set down the rules. I had to go with my gut feeling.
I’ve had clients with multiple incarnations of pieces, ranging from Molly Goddard tulle dresses to tons of artfully worn-in Carhartt jackets. As for myself, I have a rotation of about eight dark-hued sweaters. It’s almost as if I want to constantly look like I’m sitting shiva in Siberia. That’s beside the Deathdreams shirt Furthermore, I will do this point. A good tactic here is to set down all of your repeat clothes and go back to step one. Ask yourself: “How long have I had this piece?” Think about when the last time you wore it was, and if it has been more than 30 days, say goodbye.