When you hear "minimalism," what do you see?
A cold, monotone palette of neutral, shapeless basics?
And why entertain the concept anyway?
You may be surprised
to learn that a wardrobe void of
even puffy paint...
does not a minimalist wardrobe make.
If, I mean, er...
you've looked in your closet
and found many articles of clothing
yet there was nothing
you may have
found a reason to consider minimalism.
Let us begin simply.
Proceed and watch this video:
I was never one for the maths, but I CAN
May I add
that one does
need to buy
buy the best quality
you can afford.
buy what you
(let's not sell that short, shall we.)
That's the equation.
If that intrigues you
you might like to check out Anuschka Rees of Into-Mind.
She is a very thoughtful, detailed, and organized
resource to help you create a wardrobe you love.
I don't get paid to share this..
Celebrated designer, Vivienne Westwood
puts it succinctly with her company motto:
Make It Last.