Benefits of habit “Stop wearing yesterday’s clothes”

✓ Improves self-hygiene
✓ Improves self-esteem
✓ Removes unwanted odors
✓ Improves your image among peers

First step:

Once a week


1. This week, wear 1 set of clothes extra than you normally do. Put yesterday’s clothes to wash.
2. Next week, wear 2 sets of clothes extra than you normally do.
3. Keep increasing until you wear different set of clothes every day.

Helpful tips to make it a habit:

✓ Same time is key. Best way to develop a habit is to do something always at the same time. Prepare tomorrow’s clothing today, in the evening, at the same time. The habit should develop in no time.
✓ Trigger your mind. Put out clothes somewhere you can always see them. That way you won’t miss your new set.
✓ Let the app help. Set a reminder to ring when it’s time to put on new clothes.
✓ Reward yourself. Once you’ve gone a month of successfully changing your clothes every day, reward yourself by buying new ones and incorporating them into your wardrobe.

Tips for beginners:

✓ The main reason why we change our clothes every day is to eliminate the risk of unwanted odors. Even if you don’t sweat too much over the day, it is better to not take a risk, especially if you work in office environment, at close proximity to other people.
✓ Image matters. Although many say that the important of image has been reduced over the years, in working environment it still matters. Wearing the same clothes every day can seriously impact how other people view you and adding unwanted odors on top may jeopardize your chances of communicating with peers and higher-ups.
✓ Learn about style. There are some very simple, basic facts that you can learn online about mixing and matching clothes even if you have very few in your wardrobe. For example, wear contrasting colors, mix patterns with even colors, choose basic pants or skirt and mix up only the top.