But the question is do you wear everything? 🤔
What percentage of your wardrobe do you wear?...
Which number are you? 👇🏽
10 reasons why you have too much clothes:
1. You Love To Shop! 🛍
2. You Might Need It Someday 😉
3. Receive Giveaways and Hand-Me-Downs
4. You Spent Good Money On It 💷
5. Your Weight Fluctuates ⚖️
6. Clinging to the Past
7. Peer Pressure 🤦🏽♀️ .
8. Searching For the Perfect Pieces
9. You Can’t Get Rid of Anything
10. Nothing matches together with anything else
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How to build a #capsulewardrobe and learn how to mix & match prints, fabrics & colours! 🙋♀️ Bring a friend 👭 and come along to my styling Masterclass on the 1st December! From 1-2pm 🙌 It’s going to be fun 😆😆
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An interchangeable #capsulewardrobe is a smart wardrobe. Have a think about your wardrobe; likely you have several #outfits that are stand-alone, meaning that you can’t really wear much of it with other outfits. This is inefficient, not only does it take up more space, it also costs a good deal more. The goal is to have each piece of clothing work with nearly everything else. This will also make #packing light when traveling much easier.
Here is some tips to creating a fully functional, interchangeable wardrobe!
👗 Assess Your Dress - It is important to declutter your closet of unnecessary clothing. This includes pieces that no longer fit, have gone out of style, or can be characterised by the thought “what was I thinking?” Don’t hold onto an item of clothing that you’ll never wear just because the money put into it makes you feel obligated to do so. If you’re not going to wear it, it doesn’t matter how much you spent.
👗 Staple Pieces
Staple pieces will vary from one woman to another; they should reflect your own personal style. However, some good pieces include a dark, navy or charcoal, suit; a pair of jeans; a blazer; a casual and a fancy dress; half a dozen solid or slightly patterned tops, black or light grey lightweight solid-colored jumper; two pairs of smart trousers; two pairs of casual shoes and two dressy shoes. .
The purpose in expansion is not to simply add pieces that already fit the nature of your wardrobe, but to find clothing that expands your style, while still meshing with what you already own. .
👗 Accent Pieces that Shape Your Personal Style
Accent pieces may include:
* Jewelry (watches, chunky necklace, statement earrings, hair tie etc.)
* Outerwear (coats, hats, scarves, etc.)
Easy additions like these add range and personality to your wardrobe. They subtly help express #personalstyle , while not being overwhelming to shop for or bearing down too heavily on your wallet.
Is this how your wardrobe looks in the mornings because you have too much clothes and can never find anything to wear??
Unless you’re in the minority who adopt the minimalist approach and keep a small wardrobe, chances are you’re one of the many people who have a few items (or a lot more) of clothing tucked away at the back of your closets with price tags still attached. Is this you? 🤦♀️🤷♀️ Along with the money that’s wasted buying clothes that are never worn, having too many clothes makes it much harder to stay organized. So why do you own too many clothes and never wear them?? Here are some reasons why:
1. Cheap sale prices
One of the biggest reasons our homes have too many clothes is that it’s too hard for most of us to pass up a bargain.
2. We wait too long to return items
Even after trying on shoes or clothing at the store, sometimes you get the item home and your opinion about it changes. That could be because:
• It doesn’t fit quite as well as you thought it did
it’s not as comfortable as you’d like when wearing it for longer periods.
• The store lighting or mirrors made it look more slimming
• You have a change of heart about the style or colour
• The clothing doesn’t go with anything else you own
3. We picture our future selves
Another major reason we own too many clothes is that we too often hold onto or buy clothing in anticipation of who we hope to be. Be who you want to be NOW!! 4. You’re in the wrong frame of mind when buying...
It’s a common thing for people to go shopping as a way to cheer themselves up when they’re feeling down. That’s known as “Retail Therapy”.
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Styling Masterclass workshop with Zodie Styles @thepampersessions
When: December 1st 2018
What can be more exciting than going on holiday? ⛷🏊♀️🛣🌁🌴☀️✈️ There’s nothing I love more than getting another stamp on my passport and exploring exciting new destinations and resorts whilst enjoying a well-earned break. 🙌 But I can tell you what I really, really don’t love…packing. And I’m sure you’d agree, right?
One of the most common mistakes made whilst getting ready for a holiday is packing too much into your suitcase. Not only is it often not necessary to take so many clothes and accessories, but it can also cost you money if your suitcase ends up weighing more than your allocated luggage allowance.
But since having my Capsule Wardrobe for 3 years, I’ve have no problems with packing for where ever I’m going!
Hate packing? 🙋♀️ I’ve got some tips for you to help with packing:
➡️ Make a Checklist. A checklist is the best place to start.... . It will help you remember what to bring and also to plan outfits and excursions.
➡️ Pick the Right Suitcase. Choose a modestly-sized suitcase..... A big suitcase means—guess what—a heavy suitcase. You’ll pack so much just trying to fill the elephant you’ll end up bringing stuff you don’t need
➡️ Mix and Match. This is the fun part.... You can minimize the clothes you bring by only choosing the items that you can wear in more than one outfit.
➡️ Roll Them Up!... Rolling your clothes—shirts, pants, dresses—is a great way to keep your stuff tight, small, and wrinkle-free. Believe me, it works!
➡️ Keep the Accessories Small.... Invest in just a couple choice scarves, belts, and shoes that go with everything. As for makeup and hygiene products, take sample-sized items for things like perfumes, foundations, lotions, and shampoo; they fit just about anywhere.
➡️ Shoes, Shoes, Shoes.... Speaking of shoes—no more than three. Yes, three. Good walking shoes, sandals if it’s hot, boots if it’s not—and if you must, a good pair of heels for cocktail hour.
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