wrestlervic saidAny clothes you have a hard time parting with, even if they don't fit anymore?
One group would be clothes that still fit me, but are out of style. I remember a really beautifully tailored suit I had from the mid-1970s, expensive even then at over $1000, but the trousers had bell bottoms with snug thighs, no fabric to let out, and likewise the jacket with a deeply pinched waist and enormous lapels practically to the shoulders. Not salvageable by any tailor.
I also keep my shoes forever, and until recently still had a classic street style my father took me to have made from his own shoemaker in 1965. My foot finally got too wide for them about 5 years ago, and the leather had begun to crumble, though still the original soles and rubber heels (that became hard as steel), since I only wore them socially. The memory of my late father made it hard to throw them away.
Last are my Army uniforms. Those I suppose I should have kept, all of the dress ones custom made from military outfitters, but I was simply lugging too much stuff around as I increasingly became a gypsy since retiring. No one's ever going to establish a museum about me, nor otherwise keep them after I'm gone, so what was I saving it for? I have the memories, and that's enough while I live.