Recently we came across an article on Vogue.com that included one incredible piece of advice we couldn’t help but call out. Chioma Nnadi, Vogue’s fashion news director, shared a wardrobe-editing trick she calls the “one-in, one-out method.” Essentially, if you buy a piece, you have to donate or sell a piece you already own. While she admits the process doesn’t always work in reality, we think it’s a fascinating way to curb your purchasing and edit down your existing wardrobe.
Would you ever follow this rule? Let us know in the comments and scroll down to shop pieces that we think are worth giving up a piece you already own.
Jeffrey Campbell Lawford Tassel Haircalf Loafers ($150)
Zoe Karssen Champ Cotton-Blend Jersey Sweatshirt ($125)
Would any of these pieces merit giving something up from your closet? Let us know in the comments!