As spending more time at home has become essential these days, we’ve realized that we tend to wear the same clothes over and over again (we're looking at you, black leggings). While we love the eco-conscious aspect to this, it’s made us even more aware of how important a capsule wardrobe is in our everyday lives.
What’s a capsule wardrobe, you ask?
Psst... This is Part 3 of our Closet Clean-Out series. So before you dive in, take a few minutes to read Part 1: How to Spring Clean Your Closet Sustainably, and Part 2: How To Responsibly Recycle the Clothes You Just Don’t Want Anymore.
We all know the benefits of an organized closet — even if we can’t seem to stay on top of keeping it that way. An organized closet helps you put outfits together easily, and helps you make sure you’re wearing pieces you haven’t worn in awhile.
Not to mention that contented sigh of relief you breathe every time you open your closet door. Ahhh.
The absolute first thing you need to do when organizing your closet is a simple two-step closet assessment.
If you have to stay home and binge Netflix for the foreseeable future, there’s a chance that you may be drawing some inspo from Marie Kondo to start decluttering your home. Though she is quite literally “sparking” that movement, she doesn’t really talk much about how to dispose or donate unwanted goods in a mindful way.
Maybe you're unsatisfied and overwhelmed about the clothes in your closet. You have a mountain of clothes that you've purchased over the years, yet, ironically, you often feel that you have nothing to wear. Or maybe you're starting your sustainable fashion journey and desire to be more thoughtful towards the people and planet when it comes to your fashion purchases.
Well we have just the thing for you, petite queen.