I still have clothes I bought in my last year of Uni, so 2005/2006 - except I don't have a large wardrobe and wear them regularly! Drives BF mad, as anything more than about 18 months old immediately becomes "minging" in his opinion, even if he liked it before 🙄
If there is nothing wrong & you can still wear it reasonably then why dump it. A few weeks ago I wore a jumper & whilst out in it I realised that I had bought it before my second marriage - in 1979. Someone who is very picky actually told me how much they liked it.
I used to live in jeans and t-shirts, but when you are young and slim you can get away with anything for any occasion. I'd just like to have a staple of clothes that I know I can just throw on, plus a few nice tops or blouses, and maybe a dress/skirt or two, and some shoes for all occasions. This one seems fairly practical https://pinchofyum.com/how-to-start-a-capsule-wardrobe but it all seems to involve ditching more items than I'm ready to let go at the moment (and buying more than I need at the moment too).
Ooh - fingers crossed! 🤞
...checkout-free supermarket store
Plus what to do if you're a victim
The Body Shop, Holland & Barrett etc