Loving Clothes in the Month of Love

It’s the month of love – love songs are on the radio, couples have booked out all decent dining spots in the city, and the smell of red roses is beginning to leave you in a constant state of nausea. At a time when we’re all drowning in a sickly sea of romantic love, I’m here to throw you a…
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New direction: looking at sustainable fashion

Lately I’ve been re-assessing my relationship with fashion. Don’t get me wrong – I love everything about it, from tailoring to trends to glossy magazines. But I can’t help but ignore the impact that this sort of consumerist culture has more broadly – on various ethical issues and the environment. And that’s where I’d like to steer this blog. I’ve…
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5 Steps to Updating Your Capsule Wardrobe

Since starting this blog last year, I have moved away from a rigid capsule system to more of a relaxed, streamlined approach to my wardrobe. I think the initial capsule rules were necessary to get me started (and might be necessary if you’re an impulse buyer!), but once I got into the right mindset, the capsule just happened naturally without…
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5 Things I Learnt From My First Capsule Wardrobe

I’ve been capsule-wardrobing now since January. It was my first experience with the concept of the capsule – and it’s safe to say that it’s been educational! Here are five things I’ve learnt from the process over the past few months. 1. Capsuling is a state of mind I initially thought it might be difficult to get into the swing…
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The Formal Part

Curating your capsule wardrobe is the ultimate planning exercise. You have to make an educated judgment as to how many clothes and which clothes you need for specific activities in your life, and then make your selection interesting enough that you won’t feel the desire to change it up after a couple of weeks. Part of this involves putting a…
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