We all have favorite pieces in our closets, you know those items that you always gravitated to and that always seem to be in the laundry because you wear them so much. This past spring I purchased some items, which have quickly become my most worn items. They are too good not to share, plus you can shop most of these in the sale now.
I feel like body confidence is something we all struggle with from time to time, especially now that the warmer seasons are coming. In winter cozy sweaters and scarfs provide the much-needed comfort but now that the more revealing items hit the stores I always find the need to turn a mental switch.
Decluttering your wardrobe is one of those weird tasks. One that you postpone for months but when you finally commit to it, it can be something exciting. Although in the end it still usually is a lot of work. I personally declutter my wardrobe at least twice a year and have developed a system that works well for me. Today I am sharing some of the steps that might make the process easier for you as well.
Fast fashion has been a hot topic recently. The rate at which we go through clothes seems to be taking a toll on the environment. Now I am not claiming to be an expert on environmental problems nor do I claim to live my life as green as possible and yes I love fashion and buying new clothes. I do however have been trying to make more sustainable fashion choices on my shopping sprees. With these three simple tips I try to make a difference and so can you!
There is no season that excites me as much on the clothing front as spring. Don’t get me wrong I love a comfy sweater, but as soon as February rolls around, I am so done with the cold that I can’t wait for spring. I did a quick browse in the shops and made a spring wishlist of all the items I will need in my closet. Will this finally be the season I start my capsule wardrobe? We’ll see.