Sometimes simply having the fit of your clothes on point is all it takes to stand out and look stylish. How do we keep things simple in regards to fit? Well, wear clothes that suit your body type. If you’re a little heavier, don’t wear things that accentuate your lumps. If you’re skinny, don’t wear clothes that billow and bag out. Think about French women, they don’t fuss with things. They know that a little goes a long way; a very long way. Although trends are great, French women, in keeping it simple, skip them. Instead they stick to classic pieces that will never go out of style.
Simplicity is the key to pinpointing this style. As Bruce Boyerd said:
Readl style is never right or wrong. It’s a matter of being yourself on purpose.
When making a minimalist closet, discard the regular patterns and think about a fashion that’s interesting to you. An authentic and timeless wardrobe will reflect your identity and make you feel comfortable in your own skin. Whether you’ve been living in your loungewear or have been online shopping more than ever before, there have been plenty of changes in our approach to fashion this year. But, one positive of having more time at home on our hands is that we have had an opportunity to evaluate what we really need in our wardrobes – and, now that we are easing back into normal life, we can figure out what should stay, and what should go.
An excellent way to keep your wardrobe at a sensible size is to adopt the one-in, one-out policy: every time you add something new, take a piece out (and sell it or donate it to charity). Not only will it keep your rails and shelves from overflowing, it also means you have to be much more confident about what you are purchasing. You’ll never buy something unless you completely love it, knowing that you are going to have to lose something special from your wardrobe.
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