Clothing

7 Steps to a Successful Closet Purge

Ditching the items you spent hard-earned cash on is no easy task. First things first: Don’t think—just dump. Power-sort the items that you love or wear all the time into a keep pile and the ones that you know aren’t working (and aren’t worth something) into a donate or recycle bag. “Pretend your closet is about to catch fire. What would you save?” says Jennifer Baumgartner, Psy.D., a psychologist, a wardrobe consultant, and the author of You Are What You Wear. “You’ll make better decisions if you go with your gut and don’t get sucked into the paralysis of analysis.” To get started, ask yourself these seven questions. 

Back-to-School Fashion Finds

Get a head start on fall shopping with these versatile and stylish buys.

5 Ways to Save Money on Your Wardrobe

From keeping up with ever-changing trends to revamping your closet to fit a new career (or size), there are tons of ways your wardrobe can become a major money pit. Take control—and get some cash back in the bank—with savvy suggestions from Nayri Leanna Gregor, a shopping expert at Sointheknow.com, a website that pairs shoppable fashion with money-saving tips and—the best part—coupons.

7 Affordable Work Dresses

These easy office options check all the boxes: polished, pretty, and professional.

Insect-Repellent Clothing You’ll Actually Want to Wear

Affordable bug-resistant picks for men, women, and children will help the whole family enjoy the outdoors without all the itching.

5 Rules for Wearing a Romper (Like a Grown-Up)

These five simple tips elevate the summer staple to adulthood.

New Lisa Frank Clothing Line to Make Your 90s Dreams Come True

You’ll want to get your hands on the unicorn sweatshirt ASAP.

Your Local Sears or Kmart Might Be Closing

The retail chain is shuttering over 70 stores this summer.