You know that moment when you sluggishly wander over into your wardrobe in the morning and stare absentmindedly at the mass of fabric before you like a zombie from 28 Weeks Later?
Well, fear not because it looks like us mere mortals aren't the only ones who struggle to choose what to wear for a big day at work.
Last night, Taylor Swift gave us a sneak peek into what it's like to choose outfits for her latest music video and boy does it look tricky.
In a video posted to YouTube, the 27-year-old shared a behind-the-scenes video her walking around her wardrobe room on the set of her 'Look What You Made Me Do' video.
Released at the end of August, the video sees both 'old' and 'new' Taylors in a variety of looks including cheerleading outfits, VMA gowns, that Swan Lake look from her 'Shake It Off' video and her iconic 'Bad Blood' black fight suit.
'This is where the apocalypse of clothing has all congregated and essentially I've just done the longest fitting of my entire life,' Swift admits in the clip.
'One of the craziest things about this video is that it's kind of like calling back to looks of previous album cycles.'
Picking up outfits such as the T-shirt from her '22' music video to her 2014 MTV Video Music Awards look ('first time I went pantsless'), Swift looks exhausted as she makes her way through her fashion archive.
With an expert memory of her most iconic looks to date, Taylor can be seen sitting with her 'former selves' on the set of her video, talking through each one of her extras' looks.
'This is like VMAs, this is I think a promo shoot, this is ACM Awards, this is BMI Awards when I bleached my hair, that was a fun phase, wow,' she says.
The video comes days after Taylor was spotted filming her upcoming music video in London.
Tay-Tay, if you fancy a wardrobe cull anytime soon, give us a call will you?
We'll buy the wine, you bring the 2016 Met Gala Louis Vuitton Manus x Machina-themed dress, and let's do this.