The offspring has a wardrobe that is bursting at the seams. Most of the clothes, like the wardrobes of most adults, are either outgrown or so old that he’s done wearing them and has no desire to wear them, or clothes he simply doesn’t like and ergo will not wear come hell, high water or a high pitched maternal command. This results in a situation where he has been recycling the same three to four t-shirts and shorts on a loop. It was time for firm action, and this meant gritting them teeth and getting down to reorganising his wardrobe. Easier said than done. This is task one normally does every couple of months, given seasons change, and full sleeves shirts and t-shirts need to go into hibernation when summer comes upon us and the quick dry t-shirts and shorts emerge from the back of beyond during the monsoon, only to the uncomfortable realisation that between this monsoon and the previous one, he has outgrown them so much so as to render them unwearable.
Here then, are some tips to get your tween’s wardrobe into ship shape.
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