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How To Curate A Capsule Wardrobe

Change your life in three easy steps!

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Minimalism seems to everywhere these days. It started as a trend but there are a lot of people who have picked the lifestyle of living with less recently.

Personally, I love the idea of doing more with fewer things because it means that I need to make less decisions. So, I challenged myself to create a capsule wardrobe. The goal was to have a small set of clothing consisting of basic but versatile pieces and nothing more. It is about discovering different ways to mix and match what you have without sacrificing style. 

If you're looking into doing the same, here are some basic steps I did to clean out my closet: 

Main photo from: Be More With Less.

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