Capsule wardrobe guide for men part 2

Things banned from my wardrobe

Capsule wardrobe guide for men part 2

Why a Capsule wardrobe might make sense for you, number 1:

Do any of these describe you? : You own a closet full of clothes but frequently feel you have nothing to wear. You spend more time choosing what you will wear than you want or need to. You rarely feel satisfied with the selection of clothes in your closet. You wear the same things over and over again, despite having many to choose from. A large portion of your wardrobe goes unworn for months at a time (not counting seasonal clothing). You own multiple similar pieces, such as 2 navy blazers or 6 pairs of jeans, but none are “just right”.

Why a Capsule wardrobe might make sense for you, number 2:

If any of these points describe how you feel about your wardrobe, then a capsule wardrobe may be a good exercise for you. One of the main tenants of having a capsule wardrobe is that many of us feel less satisfied when we have too many choices. To compound that, because having too many choices is the norm, we subconsciously make buying decisions that make things worse. For example, we buy things because they are on sale, for a single-use purpose, or to replace another not-so-perfect item but not throwing the original away.  A capsule wardrobe changes the purpose of one’s wardrobe to focus on versatility and satisfaction with each element within it. If you can only choose from 30-odd garments for 3 months, you will be very careful about what you select to include in it.

Why a Capsule wardrobe might make sense for you, number 3:

You may think I am wrong, but hear me out. Unless you never travel by air, you have in fact created a capsule wardrobe before.

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