About a year ago I read The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up and did a huge wardrobe overhaul. I collected enough bags of clothes to fill my bedroom. Since then, I'm sorry to say, my will power has slipped and I find myself once again with more clothing than I really need. I'm editing it down step by step, category by category, til I get to a number of items that doesn't feel stressful or wasteful. Today I started with T-shirts and tanks. Below is my edit.
- Rag and Bone slub tank
- Calvin Klein crew neck tee
- Madewell slub v-neck tee
- H&M nep tank
- JCrew cotton v-neck tee
- Dries Van Noten crew neck tee
We've been almost exclusively line-drying our clothes in order to extend their life, so these 6 basic pieces should last me a long time. Feeling lighter already. I'll be keeping a catalog of my wardrobe here, to stay honest about how much I own and what I buy, so stay tuned.
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