Casual Capsulette

Having only recently entered into the world of working adults, I still frequently lament the sparsity of weekends and free time. And the sparser free time is, the lesser the opportunity to put to use the right-hand segment of my venn diagram – though not for lack of trying.
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Casually Smart // Be Smart About Casual

There are few things more satisfying than a versatile object. The more versatile the object, the better its use, the greater its value. You could probably say the same for people. Remember that venn diagram in my last post? This is the middle part of it. There are seven pieces in my capsule wardrobe that I use as both work and…
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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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Step 1: Taking Inventory

Fact: I have the most inconveniently shaped closet. It resembles a noodle that’s decided to point at you and has this incredible talent of rendering copious amounts of space more or less useless. I mentioned last week that the Curated Theory would start with a curated [capsule] wardrobe. This involves compiling a perfectly curated set number of wardrobe pieces that will…
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The Theory

The Theory: a curated, more intentional lifestyle is a more fulfilling, happier one. It’s January 2016, and with January comes a plethora of new year’s resolutions, new ideas and new beginnings. For the past few months I’ve been infatuated with the (admittedly super hip/in/on-trend/cat’s pyjamas) idea of decluttering and minimising – and applying the wider philosophy of a more curated,…
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