When seasons change it’s always nice to buy a few new pieces to refresh our wardrobes. If we keep adding items without getting rid of others, our closets can get very congested and overcrowded. An option to prevent this from happening is to follow the one-in one-out rule. I talked about this briefly in a post here. As a refresher, the one-in one-out rule is when we bring a new piece into our wardrobe, another piece is removed.
I’ve recently bought some new spring items, so I thought it would be fun to share with you how I follow this rule in my own life. I never buy new hangers, which forces me to make sure I adhere to the one-in one-out rule. Let’s get into it!
Do you follow the one-in one-out rule? Share you stories with us below!
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We all need to shop for clothes. Regardless of whether we like shopping or not, it’s a thing we have to do.
There are times shopping for clothes can be fun, but it can also be super stressful. The busy malls, the fitting room mirrors that lie, sifting through racks and racks of items only to find something you like but not in your size, etc etc.
I’ve certainly wandered aimlessly and depressed through many a clothing store with little hope that I’ll ever be able to find what I want.
There’s got to be a better way.
Six years ago, I broke my ankle and I broke it badly. I was down for the count for a couple months. No shopping for me. What’s a girl to do? Up until this point in my life, I had been vehemently opposed to online shopping. I insisted I must try on each clothing item before purchasing them. Being homebound, though, I caved and downloaded the JCPenney app.
From then on, I was hooked. Do you mean to tell me I can scroll through hundreds of items filtered by my size and item type of choice…in a matter of minutes…from the comfort of my couch? Yes, please! I’ve never looked back.
Once I found the joy and ease of online shopping, I needed a few go-to sites. Of course, I relied (and still do) on Target, JCP, and thredUP. My quest for fabulous (and inexpensive) online clothing sites has never ceased, though.
The other day I was reading a blog post on J’s Everyday Fashion (check out the post here). Now when J shares a favorite find, I listen. She has stellar taste plus she’s a fellow Kansas girl. If you haven’t checked out her blog, do yourself a favor and head on over there. You’ll love it! Anyway, J was talking about an online clothing shop called Jane.com. She shared a few of her finds and they were super cute and super budget friendly. I had to check it out.
So what is this Jane.com online store? According to their website, they describe themselves like this: “Jane.com is a very beautiful boutique marketplace featuring the latest in women’s fashion trends, home decor, and children’s clothing.” As their description mentions, they not only have adorable and affordable women’s fashion, they also have jewlery, home decor items and children’s clothing. What more could you ask for?
I’ve placed a few orders so far using their app. The app is super easy to use and most items feature multiple pictures so you can really get a good look at them. Because Jane.com sells items from different boutiques, shipping is calcualated per item. That is a little different than most of us are used to. However, this is not a deal breaker by any means. Shipping is usually a couple bucks per item. The prices are so low, that adding an extra $2-$3 still makes them a great deal. Returns are a breeze too, although, again, you need to deal with each boutique seperately.Below are the items I’ve purcahsed so far. Enjoy!
If you’re in the market for some new spring clothes (aren’t we all?) or you’re looking for a new online shop to explore, I would highly recommend checking out Jane.com!!!Thanks for stopping by! Have a fabulous day, lovelies!lylas, MissyAnn 😘