Resources and Tips for Doing a Wardrobe Overhaul

In the summer of 2016, I decided that there was no reason I should morosely look at my reflection every morning and wish that I could have an outfit I actually liked, because as an adult with an actual full time job, I could now (literally) afford to make that change happen. For a change, … Continue reading Resources and Tips for Doing a Wardrobe Overhaul

Fixing “I have nothing to wear!” Having go-to outfits for every occasion

When starting out doing a wardrobe overhaul, one of the main exercises recommended by Anuschka Rees' book The Curated Closet is to sit down and list out all the activities you do in a typical month and how often you do them, to figure out what proportion of clothes you should ideally have in each … Continue reading Fixing “I have nothing to wear!” Having go-to outfits for every occasion

Creating a Winter-Spring Mini Capsule in a “Storybook Romantic” Style

I probably should have just queued these posts up and released them throughout the next week instead of posting four in one day, but eh, I'm still firmly thinking of this whole thing as a hobby involving sporadically-produced content rather than an endeavor involving a targeted growth rate of views. TL;DR: As you may have … Continue reading Creating a Winter-Spring Mini Capsule in a “Storybook Romantic” Style

February 2019 Outfits Overview: Part 1

Moving my outfit overviews into their own posts out from the monthly round-ups because going over outfits one by one without any other arc is redundant since I already have that content on my Instagram. I'll embed the instagram posts for the current set of outfits referenced to include the original description for reference but … Continue reading February 2019 Outfits Overview: Part 1

Translating Inspirational Styleboards to Realistic Wardrobes: Victorian Tea Party, But Make it Athleisure

This is the third post in this series, where I walk through examples of turning fantasy style inspiration boards into more practical wardrobes that are cohesive but not repetitive. See the previous one, a circus style board translated to smart casual officewear + casual weekend outfits, here. In the original post, I didn't build a … Continue reading Translating Inspirational Styleboards to Realistic Wardrobes: Victorian Tea Party, But Make it Athleisure