When it comes to lingerie, there are 2 types of people [in my opinion].
Those who LOVE lingerie and have a wide, ever changing variety of colours and shapes and those who aren't so bothered and probably haven't updated their collection in... lets say a year or 2+
With that being said, lingerie is the first item you wear each day and the last to be taken off... changes your perspective a bit when you think of it like that right?
Experts say you should replace your old underwear with new ones every 6-12 months and inform us 80% of women are wearing the wrong bra size.
Day 2 in the Self-Love January with 305IVE is dedicated to having a lingerie clear out, analysing which pieces you no longer wear and getting rid. Tomorrow you will thank yourself when you open your newly organised and decluttered lingerie collection.
Having a difficult time deciding what to get rid of? Let the bra decide.
If the bra no longer serves its purpose, has holes, wear and tears - it's a no. If the knickers have bobbles, small holes and or feel a little tight, perhaps it's time to let that lingerie go.
In efforts to keep to the theme of sustainability, below are 2 organisation you can donate your old bras/underwear.
Time to declutter your collection.
Be sure to comment and let me know how this goes for you.