I believe a simple wardrobe makes getting dressed easier (which is especially important when you have 2 little ones).

As I’ve pared down my wardrobe over the past few years, I’ve changed my thinking about clothing. I used to just purchase items whenever I found good deals with little thought of whether I loved the piece or even if I had anything to wear it with.

Now, I stick to a certain color scheme, only buy items I love and don’t mind spending a little extra money on quality (although, I typically purchase second hand so I’m able to get quality pieces for reasonable prices!)

My philosophy on clothing may seem boring to some and I will acknowledge I am not ‘into fashion’ but I honestly feel like I am able to dress nicer now.

My fall and winter wardrobe is quite small but thanks to having a color scheme (blacks, greys, purples and teals mainly), most things are mix and match which helps make my small wardrobe seem larger!

Clothing in the closet (both hanging & on shelves):

  • 6 short sleeve shirts (green print, blue/white stripe, grey, 3 black)
  • 4 long sleeve shirts (navy/cream stripe, teal/white stripe, purple, black)
  • 6 sweaters (black card, green card, grey oversized, black cable, grey turtle, blue v-neck)
  • 4 dresses (paisley print, red polka dot, black, black/grey stripe sweater dress)
  • 4 bottoms (teal skinnies, khakis, black dress bottoms, black leggings)
  • 1 black skirt
  • 5 pair of jeans (3 of these are nice, the other 2 are ‘lounge’ jeans)
  • 3 jackets (black fleece, black pea coat, heavy coat)
Clothing in my dresser (worn at home/as pajamas):
  • 4 short sleeve t-shirts
  • 3 long sleeve shirts
  • 2 yoga pants
  • 2 pajama pants

That’s it, all the clothing I own for this fall/winter.

 

Rachel

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