"That's my GO-TO" -- Part II

Now let's think about two movies: 
TOY STORY and Beauty & the Beast. 

Remember how sad Woody was when Andy stopped playing with him?  
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Your un-worn clothes are feeling like Woody.  
Remember how excited Mrs. Potts became when she had Belle to entertain?  
photo credit: the red headed invasion

I like to imagine that those abandoned skirts, blouses, fancy shoes and pretty scarves are longing to be worn, enjoyed and flaunted about, if not by you (because let's face it, you may not need to be wear-er of a few choice pieces in your wardrobe) than by someone else who looks great in the particular color, cut or style in which you do not look your very best! And friends, that's what we're going for: our very best. 

So, here's the memo.  It's okay to have go-to pieces.
But let's reconsider how we wear them.  
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possibly one of the cutest pics I've ever posted on my blog.

The more you think about how to wear each individual article of clothing in your closet, the more USE you will get out of those items, the more money you will save and the more stylish you will look.  See where I'm going with this?

You have that single item that you absolutely swear by (and wear to death) in your head.  
photo: JCREW Vintage Tweed Jacket

What do you wear it with?

How many outfits can you make with the inclusion of your swear-by, fail-proof, go-t0 piece?

I want to hear a number higher than four.  In fact, you should be able to wear MOST of your clothes in 4+ different ways... and do so regularly.  If you're not switching it up, let's chat.

What's that you say?
You don't have time to go through your whole closet and/or you don't have the wherewithal to put the outfits together (thereby saving you time when you're getting dressed and money when you're wanting to shop). . . ?

That's where I come in.
Wardrobes by Lillian Charles
"Classic with a Twist"