You prefer white button-downs over tight blouses? Have you ever felt overwhelmed when too many things are around and friends always think you’ve got a little bit of OCD? Never felt compelled to follow fashion and always look for clean lines and uncomplicated looks? Well, you may probably be a minimalist and don’t even know it!
Remember when I talked about those five steps to cleanse your wardrobe? Well, I’m here now to talk about what happens after you get rid of all that excess clothing. These are five steps to create a minimal wardrobe!
Only a few months ago, my home was filled with things, things that I somehow collected obsessively over the years; sentimental items, makeup that was expired but I liked the packaging, a huge wardrobe full of clothes, accessories and shoes! I believed that if I had an amalgam of things, my life would be easier, I owned everything I needed to reach a comfortable life. It wasn’t so.
If you’ve been following me for a while, you’d know that I am still putting the finishing touches on the new apartment. Today, I can finally say that most of it is done! Since many of you were curious to know what I did, I decided to share some pictures and help you build the most amazing decor wishlist!
Have you ever stared at your wardrobe in the morning thinking that you have nothing to wear despite the fact that clothes are stacked in there? Well, I’m sure you have! I used to have a wall-length closet chocked with clothes and it made no difference. I found myself wearing the same pieces over and over again, despite my vast choices. Hopefully, the below 5 tips will help you tackle that issue, as they have helped me.