One section of your wardrobe may serve as a reflection of your personality and tastes. However, your clothes can also have a more practical purposes such as work attire and party looks. If you haven’t already, consider adding another section for your hobbies.
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Get Thrill-seeking Gear
If your hobbies lead to you living life on the edge, you’ll want a wardrobe bold enough to match them. If you have an interest in motorcycle cruising or racing, get your motorcycle license and buy some ladies motorcycle clothing. If you like spelunking, invest in a headlight helmet, cotton coverall and waterproof pants. If you’re into scuba diving, snorkeling or surfing, invest in a full body wetsuit and flippers.
Bulk Up on Athletic Wear
If you are athletic and participate in many sporty activities, you’ll want to save some space in your wardrobe for sports gear. If you participate in a team sport like basketball, baseball, soccer or volleyball, give yourself space for your uniform. If you play tennis, pick out a tennis skirt, tank top and tennis shoes that you can rock at the court. If you like activities that involve cardio including running, dance or exercising at the gym, buy some lightweight workout clothes like a sports bra, spandex shorts and athletic sneakers.
Warm Up For Winter Activities
If you love having fun in the snow, you’ll want enough space for the gear that will keep you warm. If you enjoy skiing or snowboarding, buy some snow pants, a winter jacket, ski boots and a ski mask. Also be sure to buy joggers and long johns to wear underneath to stay warm and hang around the ski lounge in. If you enjoy mountain climbing, buy some hiking pants and mountaineering boots. Make sure to leave room in your closet for costumes if you are an ice skater.
Once you have the proper gear, you’ll be able to enjoy all your hobby.