I've been blogging for 3 years, so I figure it's about time I did my first video post! My favorite time of the year is when I get to transition my closet for the changing seasons, and it is officially that time again. I thought I would do a video post talking about just what goes into getting my closet organized for the winter. Whenever I meet people from other states, they comment on how 'thick my Northern Accent' is, so I'm curious to hear what you think! Does my voice sound like what you thought it would?
(* I obviously hit a little bump in the middle of the organization, but everything is now back to hanging and in working order! *)
The biggest key to this transition was how much inspiration I was able to get from my clothes as I took everything out and re-organized it. Since I'm reaching the middle of my 100 day detox, I could use all the Inspiration I've got to keep from spending! Now I've got lots of outfit ideas running through my head!
There are 3 phases to my Seasonal Closet Transition:
1. A full closet re-organization, which includes taking out all of my tops, and putting them all back in , in better working order.
2. Bringing out all of my winter shoes, and storing away all of my summer sandals, peep toe heels and beach shoes.
3. Prepping my coats! All of my coats get hung, and are stuffed with gloves in every pocket, ready for the upcoming snow.
I have found that it's always better to take a few days and do a full preparation for the season, instead of being unprepared if the weather makes a sudden change. Do you change your closet with the seasons? What are some of your favorite tips for changing your closet to match the seasons?