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Eliminating clothes...

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Not in THAT way!!! : lol

But, I'm trying to clear out my clothes. Here's the list I've come up with to keep so far:

-4 pairs of jeans
-Denim skirt, print skirt
-2 maxi dresses for summer
-3 lightweight hoodies (green, grey nursing, and black/white)
-white boatneck sweater
-1 heavyweight hoodie (one I bought K for Christmas in 2004)
-4 t-shirts (black polo, brown maternity, navy, skulls)
-2 long sleeve shirts (purple, black)
-2 nursing tanks; one cream, one black
-purple cami
-snake print pj pants, blue star flannel pj pants
-robe
-work clothes (2 pairs of black pants, black button down, black v-neck)
-black workout capris
-Looney Tunes t-shirt

That still sounds like a LOT to me! But I love everything I'm keeping, and I will wear it all (except the LT t-shirt; its kept purely for sentimental reasons and is non-negotiable). The pants are 2 pairs for winter and 2 lighter pairs for summer.

Does this sound like a reasonable amount of clothes? I don't want too many things just taking up space, but I also don't want to feel like I'm forced to wear the same thing every single day.
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sounds reasonable to me. i have to pare down my own clothes but I'd probably even keep a few more things- i hate the thought of having to go out and buy something i already had and i like to be ready for anything. plus i'm a sucker for dress and skirts i don't have many maternity clothes but i'm reluctant to go through my regular clothes before I find out what I fit into again. Guess I'll start with the ones I love and see whats left.
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