Inspired by cjh and her sock drawer edit, I decided to take a look at mine. The more closet edit posts I read the more I think I could do this!

I don’t wear socks often in the warmer months, and lately I’ve found that many socks are too uncomfortable for my aging feet or too tight in the calf. I tossed or donated a dozen pairs, and as you can see, I have compression socks, compression trouser socks (which I now don’t like much) and comfy or colorful socks.

The three colorful socks are from Disney World. Bought to compete with the academia sock contest, but haven't entered yet. They are incredibly comfortable, but I checked online, and the ones in the Disney store are different from the ones I bought in Florida and I wonder if they will be comfy.

I moved on to underwear. Already sorted out panties, but tossed a couple more frayed ones.

Found out I have 4 body shapers—never worn. These are the kind that are like a cami and fit over bra. One I took to a wedding to wear under a silk sheath dress, but it was so hot and humid I let the rolls roll on. All uncomfortably small and they flatten my breasts, even though going by chart measurements they should fit. Donate: All

I have a drawer full of bras I bought on sale—brands I wear but different styles. So every day I’m trying a different bra from Freya & Chantelle. Have worn 2 so far, one goes. I hate it when a bra is comfy and fits, but makes me look--um sad. I need a 32 G, F just doesn't do it.

Belt drawer: Currently have a loved silver belt from BR 2010. One 2016 BR navy suede is small and stiff. Donated. Remaining are 8 belts, several very stiff so not worn often. Goal to wear and soften these belts. Worn 2 thus far and are keepers.

I believe in one in one out, but I can't do it. I know I shouldn't buy so much stuff on sale because it's a bargain. I didn't used to be this way, but shopping online is so easy--just that click and it's mine!

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