5 Items To Purge In The New Year And What To Replace Them With


We’re all guilty of holding on to certain items well past their prime, whether for sentimental reasons, laziness or good old-fashioned hoarding. But the reality is, ill-fitting knits and beat-up boots are the antithesis of chic. Besides, a tighter edit makes it easier to get out the door fast looking pulled together—essential when you’re in a rush (which is always). Here, five items it’s time to part with, plus smart swaps that guarantee a sophisticated wardrobe refresh.

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If your go-to topper is outdated or just poorly sized, try a waist-cinching style that flatters every shape.

Wool Coat With Leather Belt


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Update your tired knitwear with fitted neutrals for maximum versatility. A style with extra-long sleeves is our of-the-moment pick.

Ribbed-Knit Turtleneck Sweater



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Sure, distressed is a look. But when overdone, it can read sloppy. A sleek straight leg is au courant for work or weekend.

Liv Vintage Blue Straight Leg Jeans


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Boots bear the brunt of the winter season. Go for a sleek new pair with a modern block heel that'll go with everything. Pro tip: Invest in a well-made option that will stand up to wear and tear.

Leather Ankle Boots



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Snags and holes are irredeemable signs of wear. Say sayonara and sub in a poplin top with subtle details that nod to the extreme-sleeve trend.

Bows Poplin Shirt



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