How I get over ‘I have nothing to wear’ moments

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Everyone goes through the stage of feeling like you have nothing to wear. I have a few things that I do to get over those ‘I have nothing to wear’ moments.

1. I clean out my wardrobe and reorganise. I do that so I can see what I have, and what I have forgotten about. It’s also a good way to get rid of some clothes that I no longer wear/want. I always have my clothes colour co-ordinated, it makes it so much easier to find what I need in the morning (or the night before if I’m really well organised!).

I have nothing to wear

2. I stand in front of my wardrobe and seethe at the fact that I have nothing to wear. I then randomly pick something out to wear that day. Sometimes I choose my shoes first and then go from there up. It helps because I know which shoes go with which outfits etc.

I have nothing to wear


3. I pin. By pin, I mean Pinterest. I can spend hours on Pinterest looking for inspiration. I know that seems like a waste of time, but I really enjoy it! It actually helps me think about how I can recreate outfits using clothes I already have.

4. I go shopping. This one is really a last resort, as I am a fashion blogger on a budget (except I’m going shopping tomorrow). I like budget shopping and high-end shops. So, if I can’t afford things I like in the high-end shops, I go and look in the cheaper shops. Primark was my bestie when I lived in England. My favourite Primark jeans wore out after 2 years of wear. Not too bad, eh?! If I do shop in high-end stores, I go when there’s a sale. I also like to shop at charity shops. There’s a place called SaveMart not too far from where I live. It stinks, but you can find some gems in there. I advise taking hand sanitizer, baby wipes and wearing old clothes. Oh, and washing the things you get from there like 3 times before wearing them.

I know there are not many steps here, but it’s what I do to deal with this very important issue.

What do you do when you are sick of your clothes?


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  1. Reni E.

    28/01/2018 at 6:54 AM

    I know that ´problem` very well. To avoid it I decide what to wear the evening before the occasion. I watch the weather forecast and then I put out the suitable outfit. Sometimes I have a better idea in the morning and change an item or the whole outfit.
    xoxo Reni

    1. kattie

      28/01/2018 at 7:54 PM

      I am addicted to the weather forecast – it does make choosing an outfit much easier. I’ve picked my outfits out for the week this weekend (not something I usually do, but I’m moving so I have most of my clothes packed away!).
      Thank you for your comment 🙂

  2. Rebecca’s Reviews

    28/01/2018 at 7:48 PM

    A very relatable post! I must waste so much time every day wondering what to wear! xx.

    Rebecca |

    1. kattie

      28/01/2018 at 7:55 PM

      Haha, I can understand that. Usually, I try to decide what to wear the night before, but sometimes I forget and then have to rush around the next morning! 🙂

  3. Ashleigh

    28/01/2018 at 9:30 PM

    YAS, I love this, such good tips. I will definitely remember them the next time I utter the words “I have nothing to wear”

    Ashleigh xx

    1. kattie

      28/01/2018 at 10:35 PM

      Thank you 🙂 lol, I’ve had to have a good search through my wardrobe this weekend, and a tidy up too!

  4. Sunaina

    29/01/2018 at 11:13 AM

    Such an amazing Post and I love it. Love how you have explained your thoughts.
    Also there is a new post on my blog on – my 2018 fitness routine-

    Hope you will like it

    1. kattie

      30/01/2018 at 6:47 AM

      Thank you 🙂
      I’ll be sure to check your blog out!

  5. Siyana

    29/01/2018 at 10:34 PM

    I’d usually do a clear out, sell everything I’m not wearing any more and then buying some new stuff. Lovely post xx

    1. kattie

      30/01/2018 at 6:47 AM

      That’s what I’m doing at the moment! Out with the old in with the new 😀 Thank you!

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