Marie Kondo, the author of the bestselling The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, is right: We have to get rid of excess and we all know that we, women, can be like hamsters, who keep putting things away "just in case", unfortunately to our own disadvantage.
The key word here is consistency. If you wake up in the morning feeling like your closet is bursting by its seams, and there is still nothing in there worth wearing, it's because things are too different for you to be able to style.
Today I'd like to share with you five crucial tips for an organised closet; nothing is worse than the kind that's full of everything, but nothing seems right (sounds about right, right?), because on top of it all, it makes us sad.
Luckily for me, my mom keeps everything tidy, ironed out and nicely smelling, and above all, she has a difficult time getting rid of old pieces and a great nose for buys that will last forever. Sometimes when she wears one of her dresses and I find her beautif...
I don't support profound changes, because I believe that it is good to be in touch with your personal style, especially when you reach a certain age, and to know exactly what suits you.