I have struggled with my closet.
It’s not that it isn’t big enough.
It’s not that I don’t have enough clothes.
It’s not that I don’t like my clothes.
The problem is that I have too many, I have plenty that I like, and my closet has clothes in it that I don’t need. I spend too much time trying to figure out what to wear, but feel like I have nothing to wear. So what is my problem?
The problem is that I don’t LOVE some of my clothes, so I don’t wear them. The problem is that I have TOO many, and I don’t know what goes with what. The problem is that I have bought clothes, but after a few months, they end up in the donation pile because majority of the time, they have shrunk and aren’t comfortable anymore.
What I want to do is:
- Spend less money on clothes
- Spend less time trying to find the “right” thing
- Spend my time in comfortable, casual, and “me” clothes
- Spend time wearing all of the clothes I have
You may (or may not have) heard of a “capsule wardrobe.” Being someone who likes to live with less, the idea behind a capsule wardrobe has always intrigued me. I liked the idea of everything having a purpose.
What is a capsule wardrobe? Here’s my own opinion of what it is:
- simple and basic coordinating clothes that are essential to YOU