Minimalism began as an art form in the 1960s and has since been become a lifestyle. You can apply minimalist to any part of life, but committing to a minimalist wardrobe is the easiest place to start. Having more clothes often means we enjoy them less.
Minimalist fashion. It's one of the most discussed topics in the sustainable advocacy community. Transitioning from a revolving fast fashion closet to a minimalist wardrobe is a meaningful way to practice conscious living, but it can also be incredibly overwhelming, especially when first starting out.
It’s essential to feel confident and comfortable in the clothing you wear. Ditch the seasonal trends and style labels, discover your style and create unique looks you love.
An authentic and timeless wardrobe should reflect your personality and make you feel most like yourself. Ask yourself what your clothing conveys and what fabrics, colors, patterns and fits are you most comfortable wearing.
Quality apparel has a higher price than fast fashion clothing because they use sustainable, lasting fabrics and pay workers fair benefits and wages. Despite the initial cost, over time, you might save money and time as you won’t have to replace clothes too often.
To lessen the financial impact you can shop secondhand (thrift stores also have quality clothing), start small, shop deals and save for the expensive items, such as a winter coat or high-end denim, months in advance.
I sometimes feel like my closet is a time capsule. It represents years worth of styles, moods, and temporary fads, and the end result is a super eclectic collection of clothes that don't really go together. I usually fantasize about decluttering my...