Time to clean your closet

  • Article by: By JOHN EWOLDT , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 10, 2012 - 8:54 AM

Clothing organizers help purge unflattering, outdated styles. They also can train their customers to be smarter shoppers.

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gigsonApr. 10, 12 2:34 PM

Does it really take a professional to go through your closet to get rid of clothes you haven't worn for a long time? Is that something you cannot do on your own really? Who has that kind of money to spend on such things in this economy -- I find it unreal?

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lapsedApr. 11, 12 8:37 AM

What are the organizations most in need of out-of-date clothing? I have some old suits I'd love to donate but who will take them? I would love a list of drop-off sites for women's, men's and kid's clothes.

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highiqApr. 11, 12 4:27 PM

Maybe I'm the only person who feels this way, but I think we've become TOO casual with the way we dress at work. I actually liked it in the 80's and 90's when women wore suits/nice slacks and blazers or skirts to work. Now I hardly see anyone with a suit on. And it's also getting harder to find work-approriate clothes, other than Macy's.

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