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, intentional lifestyle. So, as much as I tried to talk myself out of blogging again (I’m grown up and serious now, surely?), this blog is here to document the process of moving towards a curated lifestyle. And seeing as January is usually followed by the rest of the year, when all resolutions/ideas/beginnings are forgotten, this blog is also here to keep me accountable.
As a massive fashion enthusiast (aesthetic keeno?), the logical place for me to start is my wardrobe – and what better way to curate clothing than through compiling a ‘capsule wardrobe’. I first came across the capsule wardrobe idea on Into Mind years ago, and it was popularised through Un-Fancy. If you haven’t heard of a capsule wardrobe before, I highly recommend reading this and this. It may or may not change your life.
So that, in a nutshell, is the aim. To document the process of curating my lifestyle and surroundings, beginning with a capsule wardrobe. I will be posting every Monday for now, so if this is something that strikes your fancy, please follow/share/leave me a comment/do a dance and I will be a happy gal.