THE HAPPY NOW: THE CAPSULE WARDROBE

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Really, while this channel will be talking a lot about parenting, we all believe that being a girl and not just a mom is important. The goal is to feel good now (not when we’ve got more time or any time the kids are older, and even when the capsule wardrobe theory saves time, for us the most important issue is that it will help us. Makes us feel prettier, and that’s very important also!)
The blog that actually motivated me and made me want to take the dip is un-fancy, a fashion site around a capsbonanza satrangi  ule wardrobe of 37 elements (including shoes), and you khaadi  know what? And there I said to myself fine, let us go!

Capsule wardrobe; What’s that? The happy now
If you follow this blog, you know the concept of the capsule wardrobe so you will definitely not be surprised to discover it in The Happy Now! So why discuss it in The Happy Today? Already because it is a subject we share Elodie and I because we made our very first capsule wardrobes at the same time and we assist each other when it comes to khaadi summer sale  sorting! And because we believe it perfectly reflects the philosophy of The Happy Now!

MINIMALISM / CAPSULE WARDROBE

But in which I find it most difficult to be minimalist is your dressing room, I like fashion and yet it has been a few months now that I find myself really well dressed! So it was time to do some thing! So I decided to take inspiration from the capsule wardrobe tendency to completely rethink my wardrobe!
In summary, it did not happen overnight! Let’s be clear, I do not believe I can one day become as comprehensive a minimalist as Béa Johnston, however in any case, I want a lot less in my apartment, in my entire life. So this weekend, after cooking, I handled the toilet, also… I threw a large bag of bonanza satrangi sale   products that were half-eaten, expired, or that I never used (especially because I’m switched to more natural products!) .
Then we bought our apartment and it turns out that it’s smaller than the one we had been leasing before, we needed to start sorting, particularly in the kitchenwhere we chose to keep only the bare minimum. But in the apartment there’s still too much because we keep areas with brothel and we cannot do away with it!

THE CAPSULE WARDROBE

It has to be stated that it’s always fascinated me, it started a couple of decades ago, once I discovered Bea Johnston, you know this girl who manages to live with ZERO squander! I find its story intriguing! Basically following the catastrophe, his family had to move to a smaller house (well, let us be sensible, his little house is exactly what I call a palace!) . And yet one thing leading to another, they decided to live with waste, which suggests going shopping with her jarswithout accepting packaging etc… She also spoke of her wardrobe and revealed that with small things she was just as trendy! His apartment was amazing and obviously with less material, there was less room for mess!
I really don’t understand why, but I need less, less. Less is more is the quote which makes me need the most right now.
In this video, we’ll discuss the notion of the capsule wardrobe, what is it? And how does this function? And in a next video, we will find out what it attracted us! We’ll then concentrate on Elodie’s brand new capsule apparel post pregnancy! Remove most of her clothing to keep a tiny amount, (some say 25others 37others 50) to keep a minimalist apparel but with khaadi summer sale clothing that work really well together and that allow you to make lots of outfits! (I’m unsure to repair a number). The major idea is to just wear clothing which you LOVEand that when you find yourself in the front of your wardrobe, you understand that you will discover something cool to wear! The women who have set these capsule wardrobes alter their wardrobes throughout the year. However, I feel that in Paris time is not too clear in order to do the same! So besides some clothes clearly summer or winter (coats, beach dresses…), I prefer to maintain a common foundation to avoid days when it’s supposed to be summer but it’s 15! On the other hand, lean over my wardrobe at regular intervals to ask the question : do I love her madly? And then remove the damaged clothing (I tend to always want to maintain the damaged clothing, just in case…).