September 2020 Newsletter
While summer is still lingering on, I can definitely feel the cool air coming through my windows early morning and late at night. I love letting the natural breeze come through my house whenever possible.
Although summer is unarguably my favorite season, I've come to appreciate the change of seasons and see the beauty in each.
What makes me most excited about fall is that it gives me a great excuse to go through my closet and find that open cardigan I love, or that plaid shirt... light a few candles and sit outside with a book in my hand or with company and just take it all in...watch the sunset or the dark night sky, stare at the string lights above, and just appreciate that moment.
They say that the small things in life are in fact the big things and sometimes it's easy to lose sight of that.
As the seasons change, sort through your clothes and shoes.
This is a good time to make some decisions on what you should keep and what needs to go. Regardless of the size of your closet space, there's always room for improvement.
I have a two year rule - at the end of each season, I go through my clothes and eliminate the pieces I haven't worn in two years.
I keep my closet tight and organized so I can see what I have and it's right in front of me. Hence, why getting dressed is easy and fun for me.
Another way to start the process of organizing your closet to take out two pieces of clothing for every new piece you buy.
We offer a full closet cleanse service, so please don't hesitate to reach out for more details.
Email us to firstname.lastname@example.org or simply stop by the store to inquire with us.
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