wishing you a happy saturday and here is a post to share a couple of care tips and ideas for helping to organise / declutter a wardrobe, shared in a clip by kitty cotten (@kittycotten). kitty is a new mum to a baby girl, is from the usa, and has a beautiful blog and often shares clips about capsule wardrobes on her youtube channel. i was just watching a video created by her a couple of days ago called 'how to declutter your wardrobe in 5 steps' and the tips she noted were so helpful and i enjoyed the video a lot and thought of also sharing in a post in case it could be of a lot of help. i also checked with kitty and she said thank you and it would be ok to share wardrobe tips, and if you could be hoping to tidy up your clothing / wardrobe or could be a bit unsure and maybe of collected a bit too much, i hope all of the care tips created by kitty could be helpful to share ! 🕊🌸
I bought a copy of a book called the Curated Closet by Anuschka Rees in 2017. I bought the book just after Kitty Cotten, a kind lifestyle blogger, noted it could be a helpful book for someone who is hoping to create a capsule wardrobe, or to carefully create a wardrobe with pieces you truly love and are helpful for your lifestyle. The Curated Closet book is a generous size with a beautiful soft pink cover, and has lovely and inspiring fashion photography throughout the book. I am part of the way through the book, and hoping to carefully follow the chapters and tips shared by the author Anuschka Rees, to help to build a dream wardrobe.
Here is a mini wardrobe tour of a couple of my favourite pieces of clothing and accessories from my wardrobe I wear often 🌸 the pieces I chose include a pair of blue Girlfriend jeans from Witchery, a cream camisole top from Country Road, a honey colour warm coat from Ashley Fogel and a light brown and gold handbag from Trenery. The clothing pieces are quite simple and are in soft and neutral colours to help to go with a lot of other pieces, including more detailed pieces.