Closet Cleanse: ​4 Reasons to Clean ​O​ut Your Closet ​(Hint: Get Paid)​


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You’re holding on to things that don’t fit - 

If there’s a section of clothes in your closet you avoid wearing, it may be a good time to reevaluate. Whether it’s too big, too small, or just uncomfortable; if it doesn’t make you feel confident, let it go! You’ll save time getting ready in the morning when you know that any item you pull out of your closet will fit well and look great.

You want to re-focus your style - 

Personal style evolves over time – you likely have different tastes now than you did two years ago. Take time to get rid of things that don’t represent your current look, and focus in on what you’d like your style to be going forward.

To make some extra cash!!!

When cleaning out your closet, have separate piles for items to keep, sell, or donate. If items are current styles and in good condition, selling them is a great way to recycle and make a little extra money – check out Plato’s Closet San Antonio in the Park North Shopping Center and Plato's Closet Northwest in the Silverado Theater Shopping Center! They pay cash same day for guys and girls, gently used teen and twenty-something clothing, shoes, hats, belts, purses, jewelry and accessories.

To make way for new things!!!

Summer is almost here, and with it are lots of fresh new styles – guys shorts,tanks and fedoras, off-the-shoulder tops, rompers, and lace-up flats. Once you’ve cleaned out, and gone to Plato's Closet to sell your gently used items, treat yourself to something new that makes you feel your best!

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