There’s no better time than the New Year (or, rather, the days leading up to it) to make sure your closet is in tip-top shape. That means that in addition to having all the key trends of the moment, you should also be rid of pieces you haven’t been wearing. After all, you don’t want to start 2018 with a cluttered wardrobe—especially when you need a place to stash all your post-holiday sale finds. To make sure you’re not holding on to any unnecessary items, today we’ve broken down exactly what to toss, sell, or donate, as well as the pieces to keep. A bit nervous? Not to worry—you can think of it as a light cleansing that will ensure an organized year ahead rather than a full-closet overhaul.
Nothing too drastic—we promise! Scroll through to get started.
Toss: Anything Too Small
While something that is too small may never fit again, an oversize piece can be belted or tailored to look totally intentional.