The Key To Having Less Stuff And Better Things

It’s time for you to take back control.

Having a minimalist wardrobe is easier than you think. Here’s how I break it down:

1. DEFINING

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The first step in creating a minimalist wardrobe is to take the time to analyze and find your personal style. Having a wardrobe anchored around your personal style will link all your items together, and keep you happy for decades. This is where I’ll force you to be honest with yourself, your body type and your lifestyle.

2. ELIMINATING

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Once you nail down your personal style, it’s time to edit your current wardrobe. You’ll need to be extremely critical, and clean out anything that doesn’t fit your personal style. Editing your current wardrobe makes getting dressed easy because there’s less to search through and everything matches. This is where I’ll give you tips for maintaining a minimalist wardrobe, as well as share my system for selling and donating the items I no longer wear.

3. SHOPPING

new black shirt with tags hanging in closet

Creating a minimalist wardrobe is all about making mindful purchases and understanding which items are worth investing in. Purchasing on impulse is the fastest way to end up with a closet full of regret. This is where I’ll scour the web’s best fashion sites every day to source the finest items, at every price point, to add to your wardrobe.

4. STYLING

outfit hanging in closet

After shopping, you’ll need to know how to style your items into complete outfits that fit your personal style. Knowing what items complete an outfit not only makes it easier to get dressed, but also can be the difference between self-conscious and confidence. This is where I’ll blog outfits—real, everyday outfits—straight from my own minimalist wardrobe, so that you can learn how to mix and match.

5. ORGANIZING

close-up of gold sparkly necklaces hanging

The foundation to any minimalist wardrobe is having a space for displaying your items, and a system for arranging them. Keeping your closet neat and searchable will bring a sense of control and ease to your life. This is where I’ll show you how to design, display, and organize your wardrobe in way that makes it accessible and inspiring.

Want to try a minimalist wardrobe on for size? Follow along so that you can one day soon wake up to a wardrobe you love.

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