Never again 1
Never again items are pieces of clothing that you wore once and will NEVER wear again. Think bridesmaid dresses or a Halloween costume that you are never going to resurrect.
Anything stained 2
Unless you are saving a stained shirt to paint in or dye your hair, there is really no reason to keep stained clothing. I know you love it and it's totally cute whatever it is, but you know what's not cute? Wearing stained clothes is not cute.
Anthing with holes 3
So maybe you bought some demin that came with holes that are supposed to be there or you have some lace in your wardrobe, fine you can keep that stuff, but anything with holes that aren't supposed to be there needs to go pronto.
Those shoes 5
You know the shoes I'm talkin' about, the ones that hurt and give you blisters every single time you try and wear them. Whether you call them pinchy shoes or pinche shoes, you need to kick them to the curb.
Ugly stuff 6
The ugly ass clothes people (i.e. your mother or abuela) have given you and you keep just in case they ever ask about them and want to see you in them need to get tossed. Buh bye! If your mom or abuela asks, change the subject, start sneezing or scream that you have diarrhea and run to the bathroom.
Designer catastrophe 7
I know, I feel your pain. That designer dress looked so bitchen on the runway and you ordered it in your size only to find out that you look like a piñata in it. As they sing in Frozen, "Let it go!"
The impulse buy 8
OMG, it was such a deal and it was the only one in your size left. If you didn't buy it, it would be gone and surely you would regret it. It's been hanging in your closet with the price tag on it for about 2 years now. Say adios!
Those freebies 9
It was free and nobody wanted it except you because it was FREE! Amiga sometimes you get exactly what you pay for. Get rid of those freebie boxy t-shirts. You deserve better.
Bygone Era 11
Things you haven't worn since high school and that was 10 years ago? Chuck 'em! I'd say get rid of anything you haven't worn in the last two years. Some people are more extreme and suggest getting rid of anything you haven't worn in a year.