#SpringCleaning Tip: Start from the Bottom

Source: NBC

Channel your inner Monica Geller, Spring cleaning season has officially commenced. In honor of yesterday’s equinox, we’re clearing out our drawers—literally. Since tackling clutter can be a little overwhelming, we suggest starting small: with the smallest items in your wardrobe.

978-1-60774-730-7For inspiration, we looked to organizational expert and bestselling author Marie Kondo. Tearing a page from her book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, we set to work with her surprisingly familiar message for guidance:

“The process of assessing how you feel about the things you own… is really about examining your inner self, a rite of passage to a new life.”

In similar fashion, Underclub was founded on the idea of upgrading your undergarments: tossing out old undies to make room for appealing options that actually make you feel good. As women, we tend to hold onto items that no longer serve us (in this case, the infamous “granny panties” and unfortunate “period panties”). However, our mission is to give you the confidence to let go by introducing you to personalized luxury styles that fit your needs every month. 

When applying Kondo’s simple and intuitive method to your underwear drawer, ask yourself whether or not your current collection brings you joy. To do this, you must carefully examine each item to determine if it still holds value. Ask yourself, “Does this spark joy?” If not, it’s time to throw it out. We’ll be here when you’re ready for the intimates you deserve.

Upgrade now.


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