Last week the top designers in the fashion world took London by storm with a whole week dedicated to the industry. This made us at ABC Selfstore reflect on our own wardrobes and think that perhaps they too are in a need of some love and attention.
As spring approaches, maybe it’s time we go through our current closet and make space for the latest trends. We also understand however how difficult it is to part with some of the now ‘unacceptable’ fashion statements, as often these outfits provide great memories. Good news however, history does repeat itself, as who would have predicted that harem trousers (aka MC Hammer pants) would reappear or even those famous shoulder pads of the 1980s.
As we stare at our wardrobes filled with 70s flares (are flares still in fashion?), neon clothing from the 80’s or even denim jacks from the 90s perhaps it’s not always a good idea to throw clothing away. Should we just retire them until they become ‘in season’ again?
Men are no exception, as often they are the biggest hoarder of all. It’s hard to look at the suit that was once tailored just for you that now sadly the top button just won’t do up. But, a good suit never goes out of fashion, by storing the armour of business wear, maybe a son, nephew or brother will one day wear it with pride in the future.
If London fashion week has inspired you to make room in your wardrobe for some new and exciting clothes, we have good news, you don’t have to say goodbye to your memorable clothing. At ABC Selfstore we offer affordable self storage units in three locations across London (Camden, Wandsworth and Southwark) and can give you a safe, secure and convenient storage for all your clothes (suits too).
With a convenient and flexible self storage your unit could even be your very own walk in wardrobe. So why clutter up your current closet with winter coats and boots? With Spring just around the corner, please get in contact with us if you are looking for a place to store your winter woollies as it’s now time to get the shorts and floral tops out.