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How To Organize Your WardrobeYourColorStyle.comCopyright 2016 Jennifer ThodenStep 1: BottomsBottoms in ANY color are OKKeep what fits and is in good conditionDonate tired, out of date and poorly fitting garmentsPay attention to styles that are flattering for your body type** Check out the course How To Dress Your Body TypeCopyright 2016 Jennifer ThodenStep 2: Tops In Your Color PaletteGo through your entire wardrobe and pull out all tops that are in your colors. This includes scarves.Refer to your color fan, digital color palette or color samplesThis includes neutralsKeep what fits and is in good conditionDonate tired, out of date and poorly fitting garmentsCopyright 2016 Jennifer ThodenStep 3: Tops That May Be SavedGo through your remaining wardrobe and pull out all tops that are in your color wheel (next slide). Take note if they are too dark or too cool/warm for you based on your color palette. Were going to try to keep these. The exception are scarves. Scarves, because they are right against your face, should only be in your color palette.Keep what fits and is in good conditionDonate tired, out of date and poorly fitting garmentsLook at whats left. These are likely tops in colors that are too muted or too bright for you. Put these in your donate pile.Copyright 2016 Jennifer ThodenBright Color WheelThis color wheel includes colors for the following seasons:Light Spring (aka Tinted)Clear Spring (aka Pure)Warm Spring (aka Shaded)Light Summer (aka Tinted)Cool Summer (aka Pure)Warm Autumn (aka Pure)Deep Autumn (aka Shaded)Clear Winter (aka Pure)Cool Winter (aka Tinted)Deep Winter (aka Shaded)Copyright 2016 Jennifer ThodenSoft Color WheelThis color wheel includes colors for the following seasons:Soft Spring (aka Toned)Soft Summer (aka Toned & Shaded)Soft Autumn (aka Tinted & Toned)Soft Winter (aka Toned)Copyright 2016 Jennifer ThodenHow To Save A Top Thats Not In Your Color PaletteYourColorStyle.comCopyright 2016 Jennifer ThodenColor CombinationsComplementary = Dynamic, High ContrastSplit Complementary = Dramatic, Medium to High ContrastTriad = Stylish and Medium ContrastAnalogous = Calm, Low to Medium ContrastMonochromatic = Sleek, Low to Medium Contrast** Check out the course How To Wear Your Perfect Color ContrastCopyright 2016 Jennifer ThodenComplementaryCopyright 2016 Jennifer ThodenCopyright 2016 Jennifer ThodenSplit ComplementaryCopyright 2016 Jennifer ThodenTriadCopyright 2016 Jennifer ThodenAnalogousCopyright 2016 Jennifer ThodenToo Bright or Too SoftIf the color is not found in your color wheel, the color is the wrong chroma for you. It is either too bright or too muted. If thats the case, its best to donate this item.Copyright 2016 Jennifer ThodenToo DarkWhat if a color is in your color wheel and in your hues of color but is just too dark for you. This can happen when you have medium to light features.Pair the dark color with a lighter shade of that hue.Copyright 2016 Jennifer ThodenToo Dark Lighter ShadeToo Dark Lighter ShadeToo Cool or Too WarmWhat if a color is in your color wheel is too cool or too warm for you. For example, you have cool undertones but own an orange sweater. Or you have warm undertones and have a magenta blouse.Pair the color with a color from your color palette. Copyright 2016 Jennifer ThodenToo Warm CoolColorToo Cool WarmColorStep 4: Organize Your Closet By HueNow that you have weeded out the clothes that dont work for you anymore, its time to put your clothes back.Group them by hue. Blues together, Reds together and so on.Place your favorite colors in the center and work outward.Now, when you grab a color from your closet, you can use your color wheel and choose a second color easily.Copyright 2016 Jennifer Thoden