Another year is over. Even though many people are still struggling with these extraordinary times, it is still important to review the past year and plan for the future.
Goals are important, no matter what you call them, whether they’re new year’s resolutions or new year’s objectives, intentions, hopes, and dreams. They not only motivate us but also help us to focus and guide ourselves as we move into the next year. It’s time to create a wardrobe goal list, as the new year will be here soon.
Setting goals for your wardrobe may seem silly. It may seem silly to set goals for your wardrobe. However, it is just as important as creating a plan of actions to get off social media and save money. Let us tell you!
Wardrobe goals are important. Setting a wardrobe goal can help you save money. You may have realized that you spent a lot of money last year on clothes you didn’t use anymore, or clothes you don’t like and gave away. A smart wardrobe goal can help you cut clutter and save money.
You don’t want your wardrobe to be boring or uninspiring. Your whole life will be transformed if you set a wardrobe goal and take the time to understand your style. Your life will be transformed by being more thankful. Becoming more thankful
Setting wardrobe goals isn’t something to be taken lightly. This can have a profound impact on your daily life. This is the best time of the year to get ready for a new job, make a good wardrobe and gain confidence.
It’s a good idea to first review your goals before you start setting them. Reflection can help you get to the place you want to go.
Wardrobe Reflection Questions:
- How has my style changed over the past year?
- What are my thoughts and desires?
After taking some time to reflect on your thoughts, it’s time for you to decide what your wardrobe goals are. There is no right or wrong answer. You can set a smaller goal like “try something new to wear”, or you could set a bigger goal such “take a 6-month shopping ban”. These are just a few ideas to help you get started.
Wardrobe goals Ideas:
- Get dressed quicker in the morning
- Organize your closet
- Take a shopping break
- Check out what you have
- Start an outfit diary
- Start shopping sustainably
- Take a break from fast fashion
- Shop second-hand more
- Limit impulse purchases
- Have fun with fashion
- Book an appointment with a personal stylist
- Make closet more attractive
Assign and Define
It’s time for you to narrow down your ideas and set your goals. Then, “assign” your thoughts to the things that will motivate you. Start by setting three goals. If you feel really ambitious, you can set 5 goals.
Great work so far! This past year was reviewed. Now you have a list with 3-5 goals that need to be achieved. Now is the time to get into more detail and make sure you have a written record of your goals so that you can reach them!
You’ve probably heard about the importance of setting SMART goals. S.M.A.R.T stands for specific, measurable and attainable. It is also relevant, time-based, and relevant. We won’t go into detail, but the idea is to be specific and to have an action plan that will take the vague idea you have and make it into something achievable.
Here’s an easy template to help you set your wardrobe goals:
My goal is _____ (organize my closet) to ______ (feel less stressed each morning). This will be accomplished by ______ (planning a weekend in my calendar next month to clean and sort my wardrobe).
Now you know what your goal is, how you plan to achieve it, and the benefits associated with it. Keep your eyes on the pros and benefits to keep you going even when you lose steam. It happens, but it is possible.
Here are some goals that can be achieved.
- My goal is stop shopping for six months. This will allow me to reduce the amount of clothing clutter in my closet and only buy what I need. This will be accomplished by disconnecting my credit card information from any clothing retailers and unsubscribing to their emails. I want to feel confident in my body. This will be achieved by finding flattering clothes that fit me, rather than trying to fit into clothes that are too big or small.
- My goal is to update my wardrobe so that I feel and look more put together. This will be accomplished by purging my closet of old and stained clothes and investing in quality pieces that I need. Keep your eyes on the prize, and download the free guide!
It doesn’t matter if you want to spend more time with your family, or indulge less in sweets. Writing them down is the best way to record your goals.