Clothing | Organizing Goddess - Part 6

Consign for A Good Cause

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I recently wrote about how the internet has been a game-changer for consignment.  (See “A New Spin on Consignment“).  Now a website called Fashion Project is combining the new consignment model with charitable donation. Fashion Project — whose motto is “Fashion as a Force for Good” — enables you to donate your no-longer-loved stuff for the benefit of one of many charities with which they have partnered.  The process is simple. Select a charity from their long list, enter your contact information, and then pick…

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A New Spin on Consignment

In my last tip, I spoke about letting go of clothes that don’t make you look fabulous.  If you’ve taken my advice, you now have a pile of clothes you no longer want.  But what should you do with them? Everyone has a tendency to put a higher dollar value on their possessions than anyone is willing to pay.  This is particularly true for expensive clothes.  No matter how much wear someone has gotten out of their expensive or designer items,…

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You Look Marvelous!

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If I told you that you could have a closet full of clothes that made you look fabulous, would you believe me? Two and a half years ago, I worked with a stylist who helped me to figure out what styles of clothing looked good on me and what didn’t.  After reviewing my existing wardrobe and purging half of what I owned, we went shopping and purchased additional items that were stylish and flattering.   (I wrote about this experience in Getting…

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Nothing Lasts Forever

A couple of my clients got a rude awakening recently when they discovered that their backup stash of hosiery — which they had stored in unopened packages for years — had gone beyond its useful life.  In one case, it was a full drawer of unworn pantyhose.  In the other, it was dozens of unworn knee highs. I have previously written about the lamentable fact that clothing does not come with an expiration date the way drugstore items do.  (See my earlier…

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