I had a thought (rare, I know) as I was running past the speed cameras this morning. You know the film My Fair Lady – the scene where Eliza Dolittle is at the races and she shouts at one of the horses “Move your bloomin’ arse”? Well, I expect that message to flash up at me when I run past them, rather than the large, illuminated, 30mph sign that flashes as cars approach too quickly.
Carrying on from yesterday’s post, today I am going to bring you shots of the process I went through in de-cluttering my Wardrobe. Having a neat and tidy Wardrobe, containing only those items that really work for you and that you feel good in, is definitely a great place to start.
This picture shows the heap of clothes that was expelled from my Wardrobe.
These are the shoes with which I will be parting.
The next task was to sort the clothes and shoes into piles. I put all coats together, all skirts, trousers, tops etc, just to bring some sort of semblance to the proceedings…
…and then bagged them up accordingly. I haven’t quite decided what to do with everything yet but I feel much happier now that a thorough edit has taken place and that it is all neatly ordered.
Naturally, as you might imagine, when going through the pile there were one or two things that I retrieved. I am going to see whether there is a way to re-style them before making a final decision.
I have it on good authority that tomorrow, along with three or four other bloggers, I may be making an appearance in the Daily Mail. I knew it was in the offing, having spoken with the journalist a couple of times and having had a photographer come to the house last week. I am letting you know this with some trepidation (and some uncertainty as to whether it will be in tomorrow or Thursday)…just in case you wanted to take a peek, which is exactly what I will be doing, through one eye.
Tomorrow, in the second of my Wardrobe de-clutter posts, I will bring you some pictures from inside my Wardrobe. I am not quite sure whether I am more nervous about that, or the Daily Mail article but having started down the rocky road, there’s no turning back now.