How to Revamp Your Wardrobe Without Spending a Single Dollar

Aemilia Madden

A few weeks ago, I found myself sitting on the floor in front of my closet with a pile of clothes at my feet. I had pulled out piece after piece trying to put an outfit together for work, only to toss aside everything I tried on in frustration. I had reached a saturation point with my wardrobe; I was guilty of overwearing my favourite pieces, and I wasn't feeling inspired by, well, anything. If you too have found yourself exasperated and uninspired, you know that even with a closet full of clothes to wear, some days you just don't like anything. 

Luckily, that evening a friend was stopping by for wine (read: rosé), and as I explained my frustration, she listened, patiently sitting and sipping until jumping up and volunteering to look through what I had. After 20 minutes of rummaging through my stuff, she managed to rearrange my closet completely, pulling out dresses I had pushed into the corners and left to get dusty. Watching her do an edit of my closet—a friend refresh, as I'm calling it—was exactly what I needed. 

Want to know more? Read on to learn about how to try this trick yourself, and then shop for affordable pieces in case you want to style them with what you already own!

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