So you're tired of your clothes. They're still in good condition, but you just don't want to wear them. Your first instinct is to buy more clothes, or sell your current closet for a fraction of the price. However, you can fall in love with your clothes again without having to buy more, and here's how.
1. Mix it Up!
Adding some variety to what you already have to wear can make your clothes feel new. Put your clothes in different storage containers based on their type. Put your shirts in one container, toss your pants in another, and make a container for shoes, accessories, and other trinkets.
Pick one from each bag without looking, until you have a complete outfit. Odds are, you'll run into a combination that you have never tried.
2. Get Your Friend Involved
If you have a friend who you believe has more style than you, why not get them involved with your wardrobe? Invite them over, and ask what they think you should wear. Let them be your fashion designer, if you will.
Another way to get your friend involved is to trade outfits. Perhaps you could switch your wardrobe with your friend's for a week, and see what happens. Of course, do this only if you trust each other with one another's clothes. After the week is over, see if you want to make some trades. If not, buy your friend's clothes at a store.
Finally, you can have a competition with your friend. Have your own social media fashion show, where each of you posts an outfit and then whoever gets the best reception wins a prize. But make sure the contest is friendly, and won't destroy your relationship.
3. Wear an Article a Different Way for Each Day
Pick one item from your wardrobe, and stick with it. Your mission is to wear it in a different style for a week, and change it up each day. This will prove how much variety your wardrobe really has.
Another way to do this is to have your friend pick an article. You can also pull it out of a container like you do with the first step.
Once you do these, you'll be surprised how good of a wardrobe you have.