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"One Man's Trash is Another Man's Treasure"

As a fashion blogger, following up with trends and styles every season, my closet only gets bigger and bigger, accumulating all kind of pieces. Super guilty of having a closet space covering up 75% of my bedroom, this is why I should start downsizing my closet or dedicating one room for my closet space. Realistically, there are pieces in my closet that I have not worn or touch in the last couple years. I have been constantly gravities towards new trendy pieces, since these piece are more purchasable and readily available online and in stores. Sometimes, it is good to let things go.
 The idea of "One man's trash is another man's treasure. " There is no point of having pieces in my closet and knowingly that I will never wear them ever again, instead of collecting dust in my closet, it can be someone else's treasure and gold, putting more use and wear into these pieces. I am not saying these pieces are "trash", I love everything I own in my closet, especially the designer pieces. This is why I love buying staple pieces that can be carry season to another. I know it is hard, because they are all "different" in some kind of form, but availability of knowing when to let go is important. 
I recently rediscovered Mcouture, which is an ultimate platform to purchase and sell second hand high end fashion items. This online boutique will definitely help me decluttering my closet, especially those pieces I no longer wear or use. Making "One Man's Trash to Another Man's Treasure", this will help me revamp my wardrobe, simply from the comfort of my home. This website is set up easy to sell and buy. You can purchase your new pieces with few easy steps. I will be selling a couple of my beloved designer pieces that I no longer wear on Mcouture, so be sure to follow me and purchase my treasures! 
My very first piece that I will be selling will be this Wood Wood Camel wool coat. Wood Wood is a contemporary fashion and lifestyle brand founded in 2002 in Denmark, these pieces are mostly purchase through website, I have not yet found them in Toronto stores. Here's the direct link to purchase. 


Love,
Chloe




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