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When it comes to clothes, people tend to own far more than they actually wear. Stylists say the average woman wears about 20% of the clothes she owns on a regular basis. And yet, people, especially women, often get ready in the morning feeling like they have nothing to wear. At the end of the day, most people go back to the same clothes they wear most of the time, despite going shopping on a regular basis to get good deals.
When I got into minimalism, I understood how liberating it would be to get rid of all the clothes that don’t fit me or that I don’t even wear. In order to let go of stuff, I examined my closet to get rid of clothes I didn’t absolutely love. There are so many articles on the different types of minimalist wardrobes – capsule wardrobes, 30-piece wardrobes – but what they have in common is that you own fewer clothes but actually wear them on a regular basis.
The Eight Steps to a Minimalist Wardrobe
My Six Must-Have Pieces
One final thing to keep in mind is that with a minimalist wardrobe you will need to do laundry more frequently than you may be used to as you will wear each item more often. You should have at least a week's worth of clothes so you can do your laundry on the weekend.
Half Bulgarian Turk, half German living life as an expat in Greece.