Turns out most people wear less than half of the clothes they own, but FOX 9's Rob Olson got some tips on how to make the most of your wardrobe and clean out closet clutter.
"I might use it someday" seems to be the way many sum up their clothing keepsakes, but hanging on to too many outdated outfits can turn a wardrobe into a closet-space vampire. In fact, most people only actually use 20 percent of what they have hanging up at home.
Mall of America trend expert Sara Rogers believes that in order for a wardrobe to be functional, it should be built on the basics.
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Rogers said simply moving duds that have been collecting dust can help determine whether or not to keep them, and periodic purges can keep a closet focused on quality instead of quantity.