Ethnic blazer take 2

Jeans Level 99 Denim, identical here, I cut off the original raw edge because as usual it was too long
Vintage ethnic blazer no brand, similar here - Black tee shirt Theory, identical here
Pink belt, similar by DVF here 
Black tote bag Furla, similar here 
  
Pink watch Victorinox, almost identical - Yellow mustard shoes Tsubo, similar colour

A few days ago I wore this ethnic blazer and told you about its story. As much as I like the fabric, its a bit big, I am not sold on the collar and just not feeling it. Sure, I could have it altered but I don't want to invest in getting it fitted if I know it will not be worth it. I am guessing that altering this will be about 15.00 USD -  So, it's off to the consignment shop. What's the average cost of getting a garment altered where you live?

Mandala victory

White blazer ENC, similar for less than 20.00 USD here 
Brown hand bag vintage Lancel, similar
Strapless brown dress Marni, other strapless dress option with mandalas
Two drop fake pearl earrings, similar
 
Sarah Jessica Parker SJP velvet block heel shoes

The moment I laid my eyes on this dress I thought "mandalas", while I have no idea what these circles really are, the description seemed to fit. Purchased in January 2016, its been sitting in the closet waiting to worn until today. The reason was it did not fit. If fit when I bought it and then it didn't, so it's actually a tiny victory that I can wear it today. 
Is there something in your closet that you are not wearing because it does not fit? What is it? Will you keep it until its fits again or are you just throwing it out on your next closet edit?

A wool edit

Black tote bag Furla, similar 
Black cropped trousers Mossimo, similar - similar 
Brown top Zara, similar neckline here 
Suede shoes Breckelle's, similar

A few days ago a friend gave me over 6 black bags full of clothing. I almost flipped. I could never do such a huge edit. My edits are slow, very thoughtful and with no regrets.
For example, take this brown wool fibre brown top from Zara, it has been around since at least  2009,  here. It does not get much wear and when it does it's when I travel to colder places because of its high wool content. The neckline is not so flattering and even though its wool the neck is not covered, so it does not really fulfil its purpose of keeping me warm. 
So, after almost ten years in the closet and not much wear, it's leaving the closet with no regrets.