Rebecca Daly

Rebecca Daly is a fashion editor and digital marketing specialist with nearly two decades of experience in print and online media. She is currently a contributing editor at Alexa, the digital fashion broadsheet of the New York Post.

Highlights:
* Was accessories and beauty editor at Page Six Magazine
* Was editor and stylist at InStyle
* Was fashion director of Real Simple
* Was director of brand and editorial content at the handbag and accessories company, MZ Wallace
Ready for a wardrobe purge? Start with the items on this list and you’ll be feeling clutter-free and organized in no time.
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What's the key to a no-brainer office look? A dress. Real Simple sorted through hundreds to find the smartest new options.
Take a look through your wardrobe and eliminate these six space-sucking items that everyone has, but no one needs. It's a quick exercise with a big payoff (in the form of a more organized, clean closet space)—and it's the best way to jumpstart any style resolutions you made for 2017.
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