Updating old clothes

Preferred, reasonably priced brands include Komono, Shinola (personal favorite), Skagen and the never-fail Timex Weekender.Find one that speaks to you, then consider it the finishing touch on your new casual look — one I'm hoping helps you walk taller and prouder every time you head out.

Now, take a realistic assessment of your current wardrobe in terms of how it fits your daily life, and whether it makes you feel comfortable and confident. I have a perfect candidates for it: Old Shirt Use #2: Rice Bag Warmer. But instead of throwing it into the dumpster, there are a few companies out there that will recycle their product once you are done wearing it. But here's a really clever one that's still good for winter use. If that's the case, be sure to recycle your clothes.More than likely, you’ll discover that you need only make strategic adjustments, not undergo a major overhaul, to go casual with cool confidence.So, working both with what you have and a few things you need to get, let’s spiff you up.I'm finding that I've got a lot of winter clothes that are too worn-out to keep, and Spring Cleaning is approaching. Planet Green offers ways to give your mittens new lives as drawstring bags, dusters and hoodie pockets -- which is saving two articles of clothing for the price of one! Use small, powerful magnets to secure messages and notes to the front and hang keys, scarves or other small items from the hooks. Cover shoes when storing them or stuffing them into your suitcase.

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