>>9711924>Gosh I really relate to this, I’m having the same problem. I love my big, varied wardrobe in fact I’m really proud of it and I can come up with a nice creative coord for almost any occasion as long as I have the time and energy. But the decision fatigue is real, if I don’t plan it in advance it becomes overwhelming.
Relatable, I have a lot of basics so I feel like my wardrobe has a ton of potential but I end up wearing similar items over and over. My wardrobe isn't even that large compared to some (approx. 55 main pieces, 55 blouse/outer, 30 shoes, 20 bags, not inc. stuff I'm selling), but that makes the feeling of boredom worse because if I really want to wear, say, florals that month, I'll only have two or three dresses to choose from. I feel like I simultaneously have too much and too little; it's too much to remember or wear everything (I don't even wear lolita daily), but since I wear so many different styles there's not a lot in each category.
I don't have many main pieces I can't coord at all, but there are still a few things that need repairing and a bunch of stuff that's unseasonal, on top of all the prints, delicate items, etc that are too OTT or too much work for everyday. In fact, I just counted and at a rough estimate less than 20/50 of my main pieces are useable right now (hence me wanting to sell special-occasion pieces now I don't have many special occasions, but they're mostly dream items I don't want to part with).
Stylebook looks great but I don't have any Apple devices and every Android alternative I've tried was crap compared. I like keeping track of what I have through EGL wardrobe posts but the last time I made one was years ago...I should probably put the effort in this year. I'd really like to plan for the week ahead by picking out a few outfits at the weekend and leaving them out, but the rail in my room is stuffed full of the things I'm selling right now so there's no space. I think I could cull more.