less is more The world's most elegant woman, Coco Chanel, was said to have advised the following when dressing with accessories: “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing off.” And it is not only her. Less is more is well-known advice for everything you design. From your interior to your Instagram feed.
Let me tell you a little secret about myself.I am nearly fifty (that's not a secret) and I am struggling with my weight.
It might sound like a bit of a stretch, when I say, that you will become a better person when you aim for a capsule wardrobe, but hear me out.The following 5 secrets will make you want to try it, I promise.
If you are anything like me, you have been buying clothes mindfully for years. Less and better quality has been my credo for a while now. Still there is a lot of stunning pieces that haven't been worn for a very long time. The worst ones, are the ones like the "favorite jeans" that don't fit anymore. They hang there with the constant raised finger whispering that I am too fat, too lazy, and too whatever... what goes with that scenario is the collection of shoes of course, because they on the other hand, always fit. Did you know that apparently, 98% of women are unhappy with their bodies? Me included. What a waste of our energy if you look...
One of the books, which had the biggest input in my life was "Playing Big" by Tara Mohr. Tara Mohr is an expert on women's leadership and wellbeing. In her book, she provides wisdom and tools for women who want to speak up and create. She is a master is silencing your inner critic and trusting your other inner voice with guiding you through life.