8  Things To Throw Out Of Your Closet Today

Offensive Graphic Tees

Remember those days in college when shocking or crude graphic tees were the norm? Now that you've matured, it's time to part ways with these relics.

Frayed Jeans

Frayed, unhemmed jeans might have been trendy once, but they're now akin to a stray strand of hair ruining a carefully styled look.

Stained / Overstretched Undershirts

Whether stretched beyond recognition or marred with stains, your undershirts should never be an embarrassment waiting to happen.

Faded / Discolored Swimwear

Chlorine and harsh chemicals can wreak havoc on your swimwear, leaving them faded and worn out. Treat your swim trunks with care, rinsing them thoroughly after each use.

Stained / Worn Out Underwear

Cleanliness and quality matter when it comes to underwear. Permanent stains, premature holes, or loose bands are unacceptable.

Holey Socks

Socks with holes or tears have no place in your wardrobe, let alone on your feet. Upgrade to quality socks and discard any that compromise your comfort or style.

Old Running Shoes

Monitor the mileage of your running shoes to determine when it's time for a replacement. Quality shoes typically last 400-600 miles, but factors like build, training load, and running style affect their lifespan.

Your Old Toothbrush

Maintain oral hygiene by replacing your toothbrush every 3-4 months, as recommended by the American Dental Association.