This is a resource I plan on updating over time, referencing lists other lovely people have made and adding to this list as my own research continues.
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!
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.
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.
My journey to a (slowly-evolving ethical) capsule wardrobe
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?