My wardrobe shame – or Why I need to become a Wardrobe ArchitectPosted: January 11, 2014
Friends, I hang my head and seek your forgiveness. For here I post photos of my wardrobe shame, captured this very afternoon. Should anyone be in doubt about my need for a serious culling of tired, ill fitting, worn out, out of date clothing, here is the hard evidence.
The short wardrobe – supposedly for tops and skirts – ha! Oh, and my shoe hanger.
The long wardrobe – for longer items, dresses & trousers. Socks, tights, bags and God knows what else is in the bottom.
These two chests of drawers are STUFFED with knitwear, ‘casual pants’ and T shirts I really should not be seen dead in.
There’s a 3rd identical chest of drawers, which I haven’t photographed. It is stuffed with underwear, nightwear & swimwear.
Most shameful of all; this Heap is of things that won’t fit in the wardrobe
Up in the Loft is a large bag of things I only wear on holiday in tropical countries. I’m sorry, I can’t be bothered to lug it down for a picture.
And now, because your eyes are hurting very badly, here’s a gratuitous photo of my friend’s 5 week old kitten, Luther. He’s not even weaned yet. Look at those paws. Those ears. That cuuuute little nose. Awww.
I’ll start the cull tomorrow.