How to Deal When You're Super Bored With Your Closet

Every woman has, at some point or another in her life, probably opened her closet and been excited to wear absolutely nothing in it. It's essentially a rite of passage for anyone who has even a mild interest in fashion—no matter how many articles of clothing you may own, the day will come when you find it all utterly boring.

The good news is that there's a relatively easy way to deal with these feelings. In short: You just need a fun injection. Whether that means tossing on your favourite, colourful scarf or simply wearing that quirky hat you forgot you had, it's time to take a step back and look for one unexpected element to add to your look.

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You open your closet door and stand before every sartorial posession to your name, and a feeling that can only be described as existential dread. Nothing in eyesight even remotely excites you, and the ennui you experience is so deep that you ponder whether or not you really need to leave the house today.

The quick-fix solution: Reach for something classic that you know is also comfortable—think an LBD, your favourite pair of jeans and a T-shirt, and so on. Then, toss on your favourite accessory—whether it's a necklace, hat, or scarf—for an instant mood-lifter.

The long-game solution: Grab your mobile device of choice and get to shopping. Stick to affordable brands that offer on-trend pieces to give your wardrobe an immediate boost without offernding your wallet.

Keep scrolling for fun and affordable pieces that are easy to add to your closet now!

Meghan Blalock
Managing Editor

Hailing from the heart of the South and cutting her teeth on the mean streets of New York, Meghan has six years of experience covering fashion, style, celebrities, culture, and human behavior. A longtime devotee of rap music, tacos, and generally perfect weather, she is excited to put down roots in Los Angeles. Her top three style staples are a good pair of cutoff shorts, virtually any kind of colorful digi-print, and a solid set of shades.