1. Shine your shoes.
Buy shoe polish and water repellent. Polish your leather shoes and boots and spray them down, especially the suede. Or indulge in a shoe shine by a professional--you can drop off all your shoes and boots at one time and pick them up later.
2. Tighten your belt.
Open up your fashion options with belts. Try a skinny belt or two cinched at the waist over a dress, pullover, cardigan, or jacket. Or belt a thicker one over a tunic. Either way, if your belts don't have enough holes to cinch at the waist, have a shoe repair shop punch an extra hole or two in them (costs about $1).
3. Mend the holes.
Look over all your favorite sweaters for holes. You don't have to throw away or donate sweaters with moth holes. If you're handy, sew up the holes yourself, or most drycleaners will fix small holes for next to nothing.
4. Shave and a hair cut.
Use a sweater shaver or sweater stone to remove piling and balling from your sweaters and knits.
Good as new! Bring on the cold!