Even though midwest spring weather isn’t going to change until like May, I still want to share most of my spring to summer collection. These pieces are old and new. The old ones are about 1-4 years old. The new ones are just a replacement for the ones that’s I couldn’t fit in anymore, couldn’t save or didn’t wear for at least 1 year.

I have a total of 33 items excluding clothes that are for workout, work and accessories.

Gray/Black Pieces

Left to Right: Cardigan, Blazer, Sweater, T-Shirt, Maxi Dress, Romper, Knee High Dress, T-Shirt, Cami Top, Jeans, Leggings

White Pieces

Left to Right: Fleece Jacket, Moto Jacket, Button Down Dress, Long Top, 3 Shirts, Shorts

Blue Pieces

Left to Right: Zip Up Jacket, Jean Jacket, Button Down Top, Wrap Dress, 2 Jeans, Jean Shorts

Color Pieces

Left to Right: Moto Jacket, Slit Tunic Dress, Spaghetti Strap Dress, Lace Jumpsuit, 2 Floral Dress, Ruffle Sleeve Dress.

I’m sure you are wondering why my clothes rack looks short. This clothes rack belongs to my daughter. I had planned on purchasing a wood material one for myself but because of the Stay At Home Policy is enforced, I have not been able to go to the store to look for a nice one. I know there are shipping options but is it essential right now? There are also a couple of pieces I would like to add like another pair of shorts and one skirt but for now I’m content.

Coolest thing about this post is that I got to color coordinate and organize my clothes. I hope you look forward to my next post. Until then, Happy Organizing.

With each day, I will take smaller steps toward my joy.

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