Imagine waking up in the morning to get dressed, you open the doors to your closet, and you feel calm and serene because:
You love every item of clothing in your wardrobe.
You have many outfits to choose from,
but you don’t have too much.
You have something to wear for every occasion.
You are satisfied in the quality of your clothes.
Everything fits well
and you feel chic and comfortable in every outfit you own.
These are the ideals of an essential wardrobe. I’m certainly not fully there, but since editing/reducing my wardrobe I’ve noticed my morning stress level has significantly decreased. I’m no longer panicked about what to wear and running late in the mornings. Now I can start my day feeling relaxed and ready to face what lies ahead.
Creating an essential wardrobe requires one to be more thoughtful and selective. To make it in, an essential wardrobe piece should meet the following 6 criteria: Continue reading “considered living: criteria for an essential wardrobe”