List of "33 Things To Eliminate From Your Closet" from BeMoreWithLess/Project 333.
Anything with shoulder pads, even if they are making a comeback.
Your high school jeans that haven’t buttoned since high school.
That formal outfit you bought for one occasion.
Your ex-anyone’s anything.
Things that are ripped or have holes that aren’t supposed to be there.
Pieces you can see through unintentionally. (see above)
Those super cute shoes that you can’t walk in.
Sentimental items that make you sad.
The warm coat you don't wear. Someone needs it more than you.
Sentimental items that don’t fit. Take a picture.
Clothes you are saving for your children.
Pieces that need to go to the tailor that never get to the tailor.
A bridesmaid’s dress they said you could wear again, and you know you won’t.
Hats you don’t wear even though everyone says you look good in hats.
Ill-fitting bras. Feature your features.
Purses. You only need one.
Clothes that don’t belong to you. Give them back.
Anything with a weird smell that won’t wash out.
Clothing or shoes that leave a mark or blister.
Scarves that don’t go with anything you currently own.
Clothes that don’t allow your underwear to be under.
Anything you have to squeeze into.
Clothes you bought on vacation that you won’t wear where you live.
Pants that are shorter than they are supposed to be.
Shirts that are longer than they are supposed to be.
Sequins and sparkles if you prefer simple and subtle.
Anything with a stain that won’t come out.
Guilt items. If you spent too much for it, dump the guilt. You’ll keep paying for it in time and attention if you don’t let it go now.
Multiples. Just because the blazer looked good in cream doesn’t mean you need it in every color. One is enough. (unless it's shoes?)
The top or bottom of a suit. They aren’t sold separately for a reason.
Clothes you can pet.
Yoga pants that don’t go to yoga.