I did the big closet/dresser pull and inventory, and totaled up 132 items. That includes scrubs, scarves/shawls, dressy clothes, pajamas and bathrobes, shirts, pants, shoes, riding breeches and boots, coats, and workout clothes. Of those items, 9 are t-shirts I don't wear but have kept for sentimental reasons because I plan to make a t-shirt quilt. With that in mind, they've been removed from my closet and bagged into the sewing closet. I have some things that I wear regularly, but I have too many duplicates right now (scrubs, socks, and yoga pants/tanks). Those are being tucked away for me to pull from as my others get too worn out.
I pulled out one plastic tote and packed away 25 seasonal items and "extras" -
8 heavy sweaters
3 underscrub shirts
2 pr thin wool layering leggings
1 pair yoga pants
2 tank tops
6 scrub tops
3 scrub pants
Big bag of extra socks
That leaves 98 items.
10 pants - 2 jeans, 3 farm pants, 1 dress slacks, 2 yoga pants, 2 hiking pants
7 short sleeved shirts (2 are dressy)
7 long sleeved shirts
6 light spring/summer/fall sweaters, worn over a tank or shirt
8 outerwear - coats, sweaters, sweatshirts
9 scrubs - 4 tops, 4 bottoms, 1 jacket
10 scarves/light shawls
14 pr shoes
6 riding clothes - breeches and riding boots
I do need farm clothes (pants, shirts and outerwear) separate for clothes I can wear out, or everything will be destroyed in short order. All my pants fit in one drawer with a ton of extra space, ditto for my shirts, and I have other clothes hanging in one small section of the closet. The shirts are almost all identical Target cotton shirts, long or short sleeved, in an assortment of colors. I'm considering adding some of those to my extras bin, since it still has room.
My goal for trimming down now is scarves/shawls (which I love but rarely wear), outerwear, and shoes.