The bracket holding up the rod in my closet recently broke. What an opportunity to pare down my wardrobe, and I did so. There were things in there I hadn't worn in over 10 years, and to Goodwill they're going. There were also some things left over from when I worked in an office, which I haven't done in over 10 years, and those are also going to Goodwill. I kept two pairs of black dress slacks, and all the others are going to Goodwill. I also kept one black dress, as I don't have the type of lifestyle that calls for fancy dresses more than once a decade, and the last time I wore the black dress in question was to a funeral. Plus, it's a top and skirt, so I can mix and match. I had had several satin big shirts, and I'm sending all of them but the black one to Goodwill, as the black one can be dressed up so many different ways. This led me to go through my dresser drawers, and I'm sending several T-shirts that I either don't like or don't fit right to Goodwill. I also went through my scarf collection, and there were scarves in there I had never worn so to Goodwill they go unless I really liked them.
My SIL said, "If you haven't worn it in a year, you should get rid of it." While I can agree with that in principle I didn't wear my heavy winter coat last winter, and I'm keeping it. I also have clothes I only wear during hot weather or during cold weather.