Have you ever wanted to clean up your closet, but not quite sure where to start? We feel you. We are guilty of having too many clothes, yet feeling like we have nothing to wear all the time, too. Which brings us to our current sitch where we have a ton of clothes we barely even use. But before the summer season ends, it's time to do a little wardrobe spring cleaning and carefully weed out the pieces that shouldn't be there anymore! Scroll down and find out the four pieces in your wardrobe that you need to throw out immediately to declutter your closet.
1. Tarnished jewelry
Remember when Forever 21 first opened its doors here? You were probably taken aback by all the trendy pieces they had to offer—especially their affordable accessories. We know you've hoarded a few earrings or even necklaces here and there. And while the've had their fair share of uses, it's time to throw them out and make room for better accessories (hopefully, ones that will last longer).
2. Clothes that you've only worn once, or worse, you've never even worn outside your room
Let's face it, you kind of like that white top sitting in your closet, but you can't seem to get yourself to wear it or it just doesn't go well with anything else in your wardrobe. Instead of letting the top stay untouched in your closet, organize a style swap sesh with your girl friends or donate it to your local church or community instead. That way, you can be sure that it will go to someone who needs it and will be able to wear it.
3. Old clothes you wear to sleep
These are your PJs or old batch shirts that you can't be caught dead wearing by anyone—ever. If that's the case, maybe it's time to retire your favorite jammies and replace them with newer, cuter, and more comfortable ones!
4. Damaged/stained clothes
You might think that someone won't notice your damaged or stained shirt, but it's better to be safe than sorry. It's time to let them go no matter how much you loved that piece.
*This story originally appeared on Candymag.com. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.