closet: spring / summer 2017 capsule, with ethical upgrades and additions!

So as I have alluded to my reasons so far in my first two posts about my closet: the mess I started with, and how I went about changing it, but let me reiterate a crucial point: I am not fashionable. I guess I have a “style” since I wear clothes and have a certain aesthetic taste, life priorities that shape my decisions about what I wear and how I spend my time and money. Continue reading closet: spring / summer 2017 capsule, with ethical upgrades and additions!

what do you do with the rest of your clothes once you go capsule?

You might remember this big pile of clothes from this post, where I dive into my “style evolution”! That phrase is still hilarious used in the context of who I am as a person – not one concerned about fashion or clothes, but deciding to make a change for the better, intentionally simplifying and using my clothing purchases to impact the world for good.

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my style evolution (what, I have style? yeah, surprised me too)

My journey to a (slowly-evolving ethical) capsule wardrobe // part 2

Find part 1 here, where I explain my closet before project 333 and how project 333 went.

So on April 3rd, 2017, I got home from a Friday-Sunday retreat around noon and opened the door to my hall closet, shuddered, and shut it again.

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Closet, Simplified

My journey to a (slowly-evolving ethical) capsule wardrobe 

part 1

As a precursor, I am not a fashionista, nor am I someone who pays attention to or adheres to trends. I am just a big fan of the “just-in-case” approach to life. What if I need these…. just in case? I have an outlook that says – I can imagine a future where I might want to wear this, or what if I lose a few pounds or gain a few or what if I start loving pencil skirts?

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