This past year, I worked on cleaning my closets and editing my wardrobe. It was a big project, as I've spent the last 15 years vintage shopping and hoarding clothing in every nook and cranny. To help myself decide what to keep and what to purge, I embarked on a year long photo wardrobe study. I tried to take a photo everyday, (in reality I ended each month with about 16-20 photos). The study helped me to finally part with pieces that I never wore. The photo diary also highlighted items my wardrobe lacked, and kept my clothes shopping on track and to a minimum. I learned a lot about my current personal style, and even surprised myself in some of the items that I ended up liking and wearing a lot, like the tribal print skirt seen below that I managed to wear almost once during every season.