January 2016 Accountability Update

It’s time for my first accountability update of 2016!  For those who are new to the blog, these monthly reports are where I share what came into and left my closet, what I wore, and how I did with my shopping budget and item limit.  Sharing what I bought, what I culled, and how much I spent helps me to stay honest and on track with my wardrobe and shopping goals.

In future months, I’m also going to include an update on how I’m doing with my theme for the year, “balance,” but this time around I will dedicate a separate post to that topic, to be published later this week. Since I will be packing so much into these monthly updates, the format is going to change somewhat over previous years.  I will go into less detail in each section and in most instances will give more general summaries on what I bought and what I purged rather than doing an itemized account.

Telling the Truth

What Left My Closet

I always start these reports with what left my closet during the previous month. During January, I removed three items from my wardrobe:

  • 2 pairs of shoes
  • 1 long-sleeved top

Here’s a look at the items I opted to pass on:

January 2016 purged items

             I removed these three items from my closet in January 2016. 

I also exchanged one pair of jeans for a more comfortable pair:

January 2016 jeans exchange

          I exchanged one pair of of jeans for another last month. 

Why I Culled These Items

In addition to posting photos of what left my closet, I also list why I decided to release those pieces.   I feel that pinpointing our reasons for purging closet items can help us to notice patterns and avoid future mistakes.

My reasons for letting go of the items above are as follows:

  • Pewter bow flats – I only wore these shoes once in 2015 and feel they are too “twee” for my current style aesthetic.
  • Black low-heel ankle boots – These boots are worn out and I have other black ankle boots that I like much better and would rather wear.
  • Red waffle top with grey trim – This top is too loose fitting and the tomato red is not the best shade for my coloring (I prefer more of a cherry red).
  • Dark wash baby boot-cut jeans (exchanged)The original pair led to “pins and needles” nerve pain in my legs.  I exchanged them for a pair of straight-leg jeans that are looser fitting in my thighs.

What Came Into My Closet

This part of my accountability update will now be divided into the following sections:

  • “Out and About” Wardrobe (to be included in my item limit for the year)
  • At-Home / Workout Wardrobe
  • Accessories

“Out and About” Wardrobe

Last month, I added three new items to my “out and about” wardrobe:

January 2016 - new "out and about" items

                I brought these three tops into my closet in January 2016.

  • Burgundy polka-dot top – This top is in a favorite color and pattern and is not like anything else I have in my closet. I like that the front of the top has two layers and that the back is solid burgundy and slightly longer than the front.  This is the type of special stand-alone top that doesn’t need a topper or many accessories to look nice.
  • Burgundy and Teal waffle tops – Waffle tops are go-to items for my casual lifestyle during the cooler months and are worn at both out and about and at home. Burgundy and teal are both key colors in my palette.

I have already worn all three tops, as shown in the photos below:

New January 2016 items - outfits

Here are three casual outfits which feature my new January 2016 items.

At-Home Wardrobe

For my at-home / workout wardrobe, I purchased three long-sleeved tops:

New January 2016 at-home wardrobe items

I bought these three tops last month to wear at home and for working out. 

I love the colors of all three tops and two of them include my signature stripes. I have already worn all of these tops at home, on walks, and to the gym, and feel they will be staple pieces during the cooler weather season.  We are currently experiencing unseasonably warm temperatures, so I haven’t worn them the past couple of weeks, but I know we’re in for three or four more months of cool weather before summer arrives.

Accessories

As I mentioned in my 2016 goals post last week, I’m going to keep my accessory purchases to a minimum this year since I have many items that aren’t worn very often.  I bought just one accessory in January, a bright blue scarf:

New scarf - January 2016

I have not yet worn this scarf and it may have been a mistake for me to buy it, especially since I haven’t been wearing scarves a lot lately.  I was basically seduced by the color and the low price, just $15 at a mall kiosk.  I do feel that the scarf will pair well with my black and white striped tops, as well as many of my other long-sleeved tops, but time will tell as to whether or not it was a wise purchase.

Item Report

I have decided to purchase no more than 36 “out and about” items this year (see this post for more information), as I already have a lot of pieces in this area of my wardrobe.  I would like to focus more on my at-home clothing and shoes this year.  Each month, I will list my “out and about” purchases, when I bought them, and how many times they have been worn so far.  For the sake of completeness, I will also share how many at-home items, shoes, and accessories I have purchased.

“Out and About” Purchases:

  1. Burgundy polka-dot long-sleeved top (January, worn once)
  2. Burgundy waffle top (January, worn once)
  3. Teal waffle top (January, worn once)

At-Home Purchases:

  1. Blue-striped long-sleeved top (January, worn three times)
  2. Dark green long-sleeved top (January, worn once)
  3. Purple striped long-sleeved top (January, worn three times)

Accessories:

  1. Bright blue scarf (January, not yet worn)

Here’s a summary for the year as of the end of January:

  • Items Added:  7 (3 “out and about” garments, 3 at-home garments, 1 scarf)
  • Items Purged: 3 (2 pairs of shoes, 1 top)

January Budget Report

My clothing budget for 2016 is $2500, the same as last year’s budget.  Like in 2015, I am working from a quarterly budget, but I have opted to allocate my money based upon my traditional shopping patterns:

  • Quarter 1: $750
  • Quarter 2: $375
  • Quarter 3: $1000
  • Quarter 4:   $375

My first quarter budget is $750.   As of the end of January, I had spent $223.43 on clothing and related expenses (clothes, shoes, accessories, alterations).  Consequently, I have $526.57 remaining in my budget through the end of March.   I would really like to move more toward seasonal shopping as opposed to shopping every single month.   Last week, I outlined my shopping priorities for the year and I will update them periodically as needed.

What I Wore

I each accountability update, I do a quick recap of the items I wore the month before. Here’s a quick look at what I wore during January:

  • Clothing items worn:  51  (note that some items worn only at home or to work out are not shown):
January 2016 - clothes worn

              These are the items of clothing I wore during January 2016. 

  • Shoes worn:  4
January 2016 - shoes worn

     I wore these four pairs of shoes last month (yes, lots of black boots!).  

  • Scarves worn:  2
January 2016 - scarves worn

                              I wore these two scarves last month. 

  • Necklaces worn:  4
January 2016 - necklaces worn

            I incorporated these four necklaces into my outfits last month. 

  • Purses carried:   2
January 2016 - purses carried

             These were the two purses that I carried last month.

I do not track my earring and bracelet wears, as I have less of an issue with using those items regularly, especially since I have pared down my collection considerably over the past two years.

I showed three of my outfits above, as they featured new tops that I purchased last month. Here are a few more outfits from January 2016:

January 2016 outfits

January 2016 outfits

Lots of jeans, black boots, stripes, black, purple, and blue, but I was quite happy with almost all of my outfits.  My wardrobe is working well for my lifestyle and it’s easy for me to get dressed each day.  I’m in a much better place with my closet and my style than I was a year ago – or even six months ago.  All of the attention I have paid to tracking, journaling, and writing these monthly updates and other posts is really paying off.

Your Thoughts?

So that’s it for my January accountability update.   Now it’s your turn to chime in:

  • How did you do with your shopping and wardrobe during January (and even the first half of February since the month is half over)?
  • What successes and/or challenges did you experience?

I invite you to share your wins, setbacks, and any questions you may have for me or others in this community.   Some of you have opted to share your accountability updates each month, too, which is great.  There is strength in numbers and in declaring our truth on a forum such as this one.   We’re here to encourage and support each other, so please feel free to ask for help if you need it.   I wish you all the best for the rest of February and throughout 2016!

47 thoughts on “January 2016 Accountability Update

  1. You have found your style – each outfit looks amazing! The colours suit you so well and the cuts and styles are all very flattering. The dotted top is beyond stylish – congrats! I have had much success with my shopping in the beginning of the year as well.

    • Thank you so much, Mette! I really appreciate your kind words. I’m glad you have had success with your shopping so far this year. I think the fact that you are very clear on your style and are so directed with your shopping helps a lot.

  2. What a gorgeous group of looks you’ve got going after honing your style. I’ll bet you’re turning heads when you are “out and about.”

    • Many thanks, Vildy. I hope I turn heads in my “out and about” clothes. I read an article about women becoming invisible after we turn 50. I guess I will find out in about 6 months, but I think it’s hogwash anyway!

  3. Hi Debbie. I love the purple outfits. You look amazing! I’ve had a great start to the year with my deliberate clothes shopping. (I’m choosing to focus on the positive as I have not applied the same control to luxury cosmetics!). I found a camel wool cape & faux fur jacket in charity shop for £3 each). I’m delighted with both & they were definite wardrobe gaps. I have also bought a pair of camel sandals with a lower heel for summer. They are exactly what I had been coveting so I am beyond pleased. I have also bought a pair of leggings for homeware as I’ve previously mentioned buying for a life I don’t have. Overall I’m pleased I’ve purchased sensible items in my chosen palate which will get lots of use. I’ve also purged lots of unworn items & my jacket purchases were courtesy of the loyalty vouchers relating to my donations.

    • I appreciate your kind words on my outfits, Sharon. I’m glad you are being more deliberate with your clothes shopping. It sounds like you got some amazing pieces “for a song.” It has been my experience that when I buy more intentionally, I am much happier with my purchases and with my outfits overall. Congrats on purging unworn items, too. Sounds like your year is off to a great start!

  4. After doing a Kon Mari over the winter break on my closet, then watching a documentary film about fast fashion and realising I did buy just a wee bit too much in the sales, I decided to do a shopping ban.

    I’ve never done one before and already it’s not easy !!! Not because I want to buy something but because I’m always thinking about clothing and always window shopping. I could be going to the dentist or the supermarket but on the way I am perusing the store windows.

    But I’m going to do it and try my best for at least a month, and then another month and so on. I’m really over thinking so much about clothes. I really do have enough. Same applies to my makeup. How many lipsticks does a girl need ????

    • Thanks for sharing about your shopping ban experience, Carolyn. I agree that it can be very hard to make a shift from thinking about clothing (and make-up) so often and window shopping. I think it’s smart that you only committed to a month at first. Just see how it goes and what you learn about yourself, your wardrobe, and your shopping habits. I hope you will report in again and let us know how you’re doing. Best wishes to you!

  5. I feel like your pants and shoes style is more formal than your top style. Your tops are super casual and that seems like what you like but then your pants and shoes are dressier – with the black and the dark denim and the straight cut with no cuffs. I know you’ve been trying to be less dressy so I noticed it. It’s not that it looks bad, but if you are trying to be more casual all over then you could go more casual on the bottom. Have you tried wearing jeans with the cuffs rolled up? It’s more casual than without cuffs. You probably have already tried that and didn’t like it, but I just thought you might not have. Also lighter wash denim is more casual too and many of yours are darker. Or boyfriend jeans – although they’re hard, they always make me feel frumpy. I feel like there is a pair out there that is perfect though.

    • The dark wash jeans and boots with a casual top reflects both the San Diego and San Francisco casual winter wear vibe. In spring and summer my guess is that Debbie will go for lighter wash jeans and a lighter shoe. One important thing I have learned from the nationwide and international ECC Facebook group is how much our environment factors into our style preferences depending on if we live in a metro area, urban, rural, beach or mountain community.

    • Thanks for your feedback and suggestions, Jen. I do have a couple of pairs of lighter jeans, but they are more medium wash than light wash. I much prefer darker colored clothing and I tried rolling my jeans but didn’t like the look on me (although I have seen it done well by others). The jeans in the last two pictures are boyfriend jeans (same jeans even thought they look different), but I have never rolled them. I am often such a late adopter of trends (if I even adopt them at all) that they are often on their way out when I adopt them… Terra is right about the casual winter wear vibe in the California coastal towns where we both live. I’m happy with my outfits and my style, but I know it will continue to evolve. I would like to try lighter or brighter jeans/pants and also pair them with sandals as the spring/summer comes along.

  6. Wow! Love the new format and I adore your new style. Well done! It’s been a long hard road but you look amazing!!!

    • I’m glad you like the new format and my new style, Tracey. Thank you! Yes, it has been a long, hard road, but I’m happy with the progress I’ve made. One thing I can definitely say is that when one is buying all the time, it’s really hard to hone a personal style. I had such a hodgepodge wardrobe before, but I was more into BUYING the clothes than WEARING them. I still need to keep that impulse in check, but that’s a big part of what these accountability updates are about.

  7. These tops look great on you! Good job Debbie. I bought four pair of booties in January. They are the most comfortable booties I have ever owned and they are replacing some not-so-comfy shoes in my closet. I have just purchased a pair of jeans (very light wash) and two tops for spring wear. One top is black which I will get a ton of wear out of, and the other is browns with some blue in it. I hope that I have plenty to wear it with but if not, it will be returned. I loved the style and knew it would work well for me so will see how the colors go with items in my closet. I have eliminated 5 skirts and 3 sweaters so far this year. My work week is 3 days at home and only 2 in the office at the most so my need for nicer clothes has really dwindled. I wear skirts to church every Sunday but having 2-3 solids per season that I can mix and match is the best way for me to utilize those pieces. Otherwise I can think of nothing that I need to purchase for the year so have no plans to do lots of shopping this year. I am hoping to retire completely at the end of 2016 so do not need more ‘dressy’ clothes this year at all. I would like to have 5-6 pair of jeans for year round wear though and the latest purchase takes me to 5 pair. I find that should be enough for now.

    • Good for you for replacing uncomfortable shoes with comfortable ones that you love, Carol. Your purchases thus far sound like they will work well for you and you seem to have a clearly defined plan moving forward as you transition into retirement. I think it’s helpful to have target numbers for wardrobe areas like you do for jeans. I haven’t tended to do that, but I think I should start. Best wishes to you with your 2016 plan!

  8. I love all the colors you are wearing. They look great on you. It seems you are really getting a handle on the shopping and honing your style.
    I have successfully “not shopped” for clothing all of February and am hoping for victory! Only a few weeks to go.

    • Thank you for the compliments, Lori. I do feel like I am getting a handle on my shopping and style as I move into year 4 of the blog. I guess good things take time… Good for you for not shopping in February thus far. Take it one day at a time and remember why you are doing it. I am pulling for your victory, too.

  9. I agree that the purple outfits are nice looking.

    In past years I have purchased warm weather clothes in January, usually online, only to find that they were bench warmers. This year I decided no purchasing of Spring clothes in January. If your budget were mine I think I’d flip the 1st and 2nd quarter amounts as I intend to shop more as the weather changes.
    However, I didn’t not shop. I had company over the Winter holidays and identified some gaps in my dinner and serving wear, so I purchased some things to fill those in. I’ve been going to Pilates since last fall and I added some workout tights and longer tops to my workout wear. I got tired of looking at my bare tummy exposed in the mirror at the studio! One plus of Pilates is that several pairs of pants that were snug in the waist are fitting better.

    One of my goals in February/March is to look through my Spring clothes, which have been moved to an out-of-season closet, and remind myself what I have, try things on and lay out what I might look for, before I start shopping. The climate here in the Mid-Atlantic has a slew of seasonal variation; I have 4 distinct wardrobe shuffles. Come March I”ll be moving to lighter weight things, at least I hope I will as I’m tired of the cold, and will start shuffling my wardrobe around.

    • It sounds like the shopping you have been doing has been very smart, Ginger. I usually don’t fare too well when I shop off-season, either. The shopping I have been doing thus far in 2016 is for winter/cool weather items that I can wear right away. The seasons here (such that they are, as they are quite mild) tend to run late. With the exception of some unseasonably warm days (like the past week-plus), we often have cool weather through June and then warm weather from July through November. Since I often run out of money late in the year, when I shop in January/February, it’s to fill in my cool weather wardrobe, and luckily I am often able to buy things on sale (win, win).

      Congrats on your smart shopping, weight loss from Pilates (I did it for years and thought it was great exercise), and goals for this month and next. Seems like you’re really on the right track.

    • Thank you, Terra! It has taken me a while to get to where I am, but I am feeling a lot better about both my shopping and my style. Hope to continue the positive trajectory.

  10. You look great! I love the purple and cobalt coats! They are such a good length on you, and in fun colours. I bought 6 items in January, but I always buy more then due to sales – nothing so far in Feb; I’m focusing on wearing the lovely new things I have.

    • Thank you, Alice! I love my coats, too. The purple one has been in my closet since December 2007, but it’s still working well for me. I think it’s great that you are focusing on wearing what you have after having bought some items at the January sales. Oftentimes we concentrate more on the new than on shopping our closets, but a balance of the two is important.

      • That purple coat is one of my faves. So great that it’s lasted this long and still looks great. I hope to keep my coats for decades, unless I magically get a better job. Here’s to hoping.

        I can imagine with your black Brighton purse that the looks are even more tied together. Really awesome.

      • I also would like to mention that, aside from the purple outfits, I also like the outfits that had the scarves. The black in the scarves tied the outfits together very well, I thought.

        I used to have over 30 scarves, but like you, I noticed that I didn’t reach for many of them over time. I found that I reached for scarves that picked up another color in my outfit, which echoes what I think I’m seeing in your outfits as well. I was surprised by this, because some of the scarves I kept reaching for were (to me) not all that interesting, but because they picked up a color in my outfit, it worked. Anyway, loves those ensembles.

      • I hava a coat I bought in the 80s – its a beautiful tweed, and I’ll probably keep it forever. Coats and blazers are things that can be kept for long time, as long as the style is not too ‘current’.

      • How great that you still have a coat from the 80’s, Alice! I guess it must not be of the large shoulder pad variety that was trendy for a while back then. I agree that many coats and blazers can have good longevity if they are classic in styling, but having a coat for 25-30 years is very impressive!

      • Thanks for your compliments on my purple coat, Brighton purse, and scarf outfits, Jane. I hope to keep my purple coat for a lot longer, too. It cost less than $100, has been worn many times, and is still going strong. Interesting comments about your scarves. I think you’re right on about which ones we tend to reach for. When I think about it, I realize that I also select scarves to wear based upon their picking up other colors in my outfits and it makes sense that the ones anchored by black would be favorites of mine. Based upon your comment and others made in response to part two of my LIWI debrief, I think I will be passing on a few more scarves. I have a better understanding now of which ones I will actually wear. Even if I am not in a scarf wearing phase, there’s no sense in keeping ones that will continue to gather dust even when I am back to feeling inspired to wear my scarves again.

  11. Hi Debbie. Your looks have a coherent style and you look relaxed and happy in them which is fantastic. I think you’ve really found your personal style and its sophisticated and chilled. I probably carry on wearing things past when you consider them worn out! They get comfortable if a little scruffy. Maybe a Brit thing?

    • I really appreciate your kind words, Ruthie! I often wear things when they are kind of “scruffy,” too. If you’re referring to the black boots, they weren’t that comfortable and I like my other pairs more. I decided to pass them on so that someone else could enjoy them. They still have some good wear in them. I have another pair of black boots that I am wearing into the ground. It may be true that Brits don’t view their wardrobe items as “disposable” as Americans do. I think we are probably the worst about such things here. I’m trying to be better about it, though.

  12. Love the purple coat! I like your current outfits pictured here.

    Today I bought 3 spring/summer items: a short dress, cotton capri pants and a light denim long sleeve button down shirt to wear as a light jacket. That does it for clothing purchases for this season. I am on a no-buy for perfume until my birthday as I went overboard in January.

    • Thank you, Tara. Seems like the purchases you made today were good ones – very targeted and I can see you getting a lot of use out of all of them. How great that three items are all you feel you need for the Spring season. Best wishes on your perfume no-buy. Your birthday isn’t too far away (perhaps you don’t want me to remind you… I’m not too far behind!).

  13. I like the format. I am on par with you at about $250 spent and 6 items give or take (never sure how to deal with uniform purchases).
    I also see the cohesion in your style lately.
    Funny how I immediately noticed the wear rates of ‘at home’ vs ‘out in the world’ items is much higher right out of the gate. The same for me, and yet I still sometimes hesitate on spending more in that area. So stupid. But hard to change. Working on it 😉
    This is going to be a good year – I can feel it!!

    • I think it’s going to be a good year, too, Mo. I believe that noticing the disparity of wear rates between the “at home” and “out in the world” items will help us to shift our buying habits. It won’t necessarily happen overnight, as change is hard, but the fact that we are working on it will make a difference in time. Good for you on your spending so far this year. As for counting uniform purchases, if you only wear them for work, they probably go in a separate category. If you only want to have two categories, perhaps “out and about” and “uniforms/at-home.” Best wishes to you for this year!

  14. Well done Debbie! I like your new format for your accountability posts, and LOVE the outfit pics to demonstrate the net result. And your net result is cohesive, colorful, and totally you! Watching your journey as you share the lessons learned through analysis and curation has been a real inspiration for me – thank you for your honesty and openness and for being such an inspiration to all of us!

    • I really appreciate your support and kind words, Sybil, and I’m glad you like the new format. It will be more helpful for me, too, to see my item counts and wear numbers spelled out each month. Otherwise, I wait until later in the year when it’s harder to turn things around. I’m very happy to be inspiring others through my journey and I hope to continue to do so.

  15. I really like your new format as well! You’ve really nailed down your style this past year. I just love the outfit with the polka dot scarf. In January I bought a pair of jeans for 78.50. So 1/36 for my item limit for the year.

    • Thanks, Tonya. I am feeling much better about my style these days and I really should wear the polka dot scarf more often. Congrats on doing so well with your shopping so far this year. I think you will definitely meet your item limit for the year and shop more wisely, too. It’s already happening!

  16. These clothing ensembles all have the wow factor. You look fantastic and definitely younger than your years. I will add in (UK) after my name to distinguish myself from the other Sharon.

    • Thank you, Sharon, for your wonderful compliments! As I edge closer to the big 5-0 (less than 6 months now…), I especially appreciate the one about looking younger 😉

  17. The winter sales have just finished: I bought 2 things this january (a pair of boots and a sweat) for 72 euros. I also donated 3 clothes.
    My objectifs for 2016 are “more out than in” and “less than 36 new clothes/shoes”. I would like to do LEWI as well and finish my inventory.

    • Congratulations on doing so well with shopping the winter sales, Dory. You seem to have exercised restraint and chosen wisely. Your goals for 2016 are good ones. I’m sure if you do “Love it, Wear it,” you will learn a lot about your wardrobe and style just like I did. Best of luck to you and I hope you share your progress and insights later in the year.

  18. Hi Debbie – it’s been a while since I commented.

    I mostly wanted to comment about the “Love it wear it” challenge, but you closed comments on that. So I’ll do it here. But to make it topical and to give an update for January – I didn’t buy any clothes in January. I received several pieces for Christmas, and that was enough for me for a while. I do now feel sufficiently “recovered” that I’ve ditched the clothing budget and shopping plan. I am going to see how it goes in 2016 just shopping when I want to replace an item of clothing. I also finally cleared out my “non-working wardrobe” after one full year of doing LIWI. I allowed four tops and two cardigans back into my regular wardrobe, even though they hadn’t been worn. And I took the time to mend a sweater that needed some repairs, so I could wear it again when the cooler weather hit. The remaining clothes that were not worn were donated. I felt that donating these items was SO EASY compared to how difficult it used to be to part with things. I think because it was quite clear that I had not reached for them in a year, plus I had deliberately gone and looked through the non-worn items several times trying to talk myself into wearing some of them. In the end, I had no emotional attachment to these items.

    I am very happy to say that my wardrobe now fits in two small sections of my closet (plus my dresser). It used to overflow across four sections, plus some were in the guest bedroom and the dresser was groaning and overstuffed. While I’m not doing LIWI any more in one sense (there are no longer working and non-working sections of my closet), I am still just reaching for what I want to wear. I’m replacing clean clothes at the left side of each wardrobe section, so I can easily tell that the stuff at the right side is unworn. I’ve only been doing this for a few months now, and I can already see some items that I might donate soon. I will be moving in with my now-fiance at the end of next month and I’m no longer horrified about how our clothing will coexist together in one closet. I expect there’ll be some more donations as I’m getting settled in, but that no longer worries me either. So, thank you! LIWI really worked for me. And I HAVE bought clothes in February – a wedding dress and shoes!

    • Good to see you commenting here again, Sarah. I’m sorry I have to close down comments on posts after 2 weeks, but I had a very big spam problem when I was leaving comments open. Readers are welcome to comment on earlier posts at any time, so I’m glad you did so here, as well as gave an update on January. You must feel SO good to be able to ditch the clothing budget and shopping plan. I look forward to being able to do that one day and just shop intuitively based on needs (and a few “passion pieces” here and there). It seems as if LIWI was very helpful to you, especially when it came to being able to donate unworn items without too much difficulty or deliberation. How great that your wardrobe now fits into a smaller area of your closet and no longer needs any overflow space! You plan to replace clean clothes at the left side of your closet is a good alternative to “the hanger trick” and would be great for those who don’t like to turn the hangers around for whatever reason (it seems to really bother some people). I may actually try your method at some point just for a change. Congrats on your engagement and upcoming wedding! How wonderful that LIWI will make it easier for you to co-mingle your wardrobes without much stress at all. I love reading these types of success stories and I look forward to hearing how things continue to evolve for you.

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