End Closet Chaos: Wardrobe Solutions from an Ex-Shopaholic Debbie Roes

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End Closet Chaos: Wardrobe Solutions from an Ex-Shopaholic  by  Debbie Roes

End Closet Chaos: Wardrobe Solutions from an Ex-Shopaholic by Debbie Roes
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In January 2013, I created the blog “Recovering Shopaholic ” in an effort to downsize my jam-packed closet and overcome a decades-long compulsive shopping problem. As I progressed with my recovery, I shared my insights and processes so that readersMoreIn January 2013, I created the blog “Recovering Shopaholic ” in an effort to downsize my jam-packed closet and overcome a decades-long compulsive shopping problem. As I progressed with my recovery, I shared my insights and processes so that readers could apply them to their own lives and learn to shop more wisely and better manage their wardrobes.This book contains the best of my wardrobe management solutions from “Recovering Shopaholic,” categorized into logical sections related to various closet conundrums.

These solutions have all been revised and enhanced from the original versions that appeared on the blog, and new material has also been created specifically for the book. You can read “End Closet Chaos” from cover to cover or use it as a reference to tackle your individual wardrobe challenges.“End Closet Chaos” begins by addressing wardrobe size, which is a subject that is on a lot of people’s minds. After exploring frequency of wear and closet “set point,” I delve into some general wardrobe management tips, closet organization, wardrobe tracking, and how to pare down your wardrobe.

I also include suggestions for taking care of your clothes, tailoring, packing for travel, and defining and enhancing your personal style.The book closes with a bonus section of tips for smarter shopping from my first book, “UnShopping: Recovery Solutions from an Ex-Shopaholic .” I’ve included this last section because smarter shopping will assist you in keeping your closet chaos at bay (you’ll find more than forty additional smart shopping strategies in my first book).You do not need to be a shopaholic to benefit from this book.

The tips and suggestions I provide are intended to be helpful for anyone who struggles with “closet chaos” of any kind.



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