If you’ve been following along my posts for a while, by now you know I love a good self tanner! I’ve written a couple posts on this topic including my self tanning routine and tested out a number of different products with varying price points. A couple months ago I picked up another product and that I had been dying to try!Continue reading
Did you catch my “5 tips to shop smart: staple closet items” post?
If you did, perhaps you were able to implement some of those tips and thoughtfully go through your closet. Now you’re ready to start building your staple items as a foundation for putting together countless outfits with just a few key pieces. The goal is:
“smaller closet, intentional purchases, less shopping and more joy”.Caroline Rector
We want to enjoy our lives– not feel buried under the mental, emotional, financial strain of finding something to wear.
Because as much as I love shopping, at the end of the day it’s just “stuff” and it will never fulfill us.
So again, staple closet items are articles of clothing that stand the test of time, stylistically and in quality. They can be worn in multiple outfits in a variety of different ways. For example, here is a basic tee worn three different ways with only closet staple items.Continue reading
Feeling frustrated and overwhelmed by your wardrobe? Already feeling buyers remorse after those Memorial Day sales you went a little too crazy with? I’ve been there, and I know the struggle. We are in an overly-saturated materialistic culture. While our closets are filled to the brim, we still can’t seem to find anything to wear. It’s time we reclaim our closets and stop them from controlling us: our budget, our time, and our mental/emotional energy. We can do this by thoughtfully implementing staple items into our wardrobe.
In short, staple closet pieces are articles of clothing/accessories that stand the test of time, stylistically and in quality. They can be worn in mulitiple outfits in a variety of different ways.Continue reading