|Florals are trendy but you won't be able to wear these as often as a basic blue pair of jeans.|
|Blazers are here to stay and can be worn super casual or a littler dressy.|
- Where will you wear the majority of your clothes? Professional office? At home with your toddlers? College campus? Whatever the setting-this should make up the majority of your wardrobe. I owned very few casual clothes when I worked in a professional setting because 5 days of the week and Church on Sunday required dress clothes.
- What is your budget? Be honest with yourself and plan to stick to it. As a rule, I don't use credit cards. If I absolutely "need" or "want" something then I will shop around until I find it at a price that fits my budget.
- What is your style? My style changed from high school to college and then post college again. In high school, I dressed more preppy. In college, I dressed more casual and sporty. Then post college my style morphed again and I started to dress up more along the lines of high fashion.
Once you have the answers to these questions you can start building your wardrobe. Whenever I start the process of a major overhaul or organizing session I look to others' closets for inspiration. So here are a few dream closets to get those creative juices flowing!
This simple stand alone closet is perfect for those who rent-no wholes in the wall!
This is another great example of turning a long and seeming useless shallow closet into a perfect haven for organization.
This is on the larger side too but not massive. It really uses all the vertical space to its advantage!
This is a dream closet! It has a perfect combination of closed and open storage not to mention the drool worthy shoe collection!
Of course, even small closets can be super organized and functional.