Are we, or suddenly seems less so ? While minimalist living has been gaining traction for a while now, recently the trend has dwindled to one place dear to our hearts: the closet. Whether it’s Marie Kondo’s often-focused wardrobe technical arrangement or Matilda Kahl’s choice to wear a dress to work for three years, many are looking to i edit their closets . We knew we were guilty of storing some unworn and low-quality items, but we wanted to change that.
One closet lowering program that has become increasingly popular lately is the capsule wardrobe . Although many have jumped on the clothes-purging bandwagon, the authority on the capsule wardrobe movement is Caroline Rector of Un-Fancy . Below, we explore what a real capsule wardrobe looks like, the Rector's technique, what it did to change his life, and how to start your own capsule collection.
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In Rector's words, a capsule wardrobe is "a mini wardrobe made up of really versatile pieces that you really want to wear." Each season, you clean your wardrobe except for a set number of pieces that are in your capsule wardrobe. The Rector’s golden number is 37 items, but it varies by season. Your capsule collection consists of a combination of items you already own and love to wear, as well as new and high-quality items that you can shop for once a season. Learn more details about how it works at Un-Fancy .
According to Un-Fancy, the capsule wardrobe represents more time, more money, and more energy. for things in life that really matter (i.e., not your clothes). By shopping only once a season, you save money on trivial things that add up. Rector also said that by narrowing down his wardrobe, he actually became more defined and understood his style. Plus, she always feels like she has something nice to wear, because every item hanging in her closet is something she loves to wear at that moment.
The Rector has a five -step approach to building your own capsule wardrobe.
1. Pare down your closet with 37 items.
2. Only wear those 37 items for three months.
3. Do not shop during the period until
4. During the last two weeks of the season, plan and shop for your next capsule.
5. The amount you buy for the next capsule is up to you, but a little more.
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