Did you know the contents of you closet are VERY telling?
That’s according to Tracy DiNunzio of Tradesy…here’s her take on YOUR closet:
Your closet is filled with…logos. If almost everything you own is logo-ridden, you may be trying to hide your true identity. She says, “It is really a form of hiding. Again this is an extreme, when everything you buy has a logo on it, it may mean that these women had something happen in their transition from teenager to adulthood.”
Your closet is filled with…unworn clothing (tags off.) You may be having a difficult time leaving the past behind. DiNunzio says, “The most common thing I see is when most of the clothing in the closet is not being worn. That whole big pile of unworn clothing represents an unwillingness to let go of the past.”
Your closet is filled with…unworn clothing (tags on.) You could be wearing your future, but not building it. DiNunzio says, “For a woman whose closet is filled with unworn clothing with the tags still on, she isn’t holding onto anything in the past but she has an ideal of what she wants her life to look like. Yet, the reality isn’t matching up. Rather than doing something more constructive about it, she is buying clothes for that life and not wearing them.”
Your closet is filled with…no color. You may want to go into hiding. DiNunzio says, “It can be related to any number of things…a self-esteem issue, or perhaps the person is more of an introvert who only feels comfortable with their closer circle and is wary of new people in social situations.”
Your closet is filled with…only pants. You could be stuck in a shell. DiNunxio says, “Women who won’t wear dresses and only stick to pants, tend to be some of the most interesting women but feel that they need to kind of tone down their sexuality to fit into work or socially.”
Your closet is filled with…identitcal clothing. That same sweater in ten different colors may mean you are scared of change. DiNunzio says, “Those women tend to be afraid of commitment or change in work or relationships.”
So…what YOUR diagnosis?