01 The Inspired Wardrobe: Tolerations
I've gotten to a point where I can't stand my closet or my dresser. I've got too much of some things, not enough of other things... I can't seem to find anything... and when I dig to look, I discover things I've forgotten about. I teach on keeping your wardrobe simple and yet, I seem to have tipped over to the dark side. I tolerated living like this for a while now. How long? Not sure. When I was creating the capsule wardrobe courses, everything was good. Organized. Simple. Scaled down. I'm not sure when I started to ignore my own rules and guidelines. All I know is that a few of my dresser drawers are jammed with stuff... and I can barely close them. I seem to always be looking for the jeans I just bought, and I've come to the point of... I have nothing to wear. Here's the thing... I'm realizing that this toleration is more than just a organizational issue. Sure, I could spend the time organizing and getting rid of stuff I don't like. That's the easy part. It takes time, but it's easy. I want more. I want to be inspired. I'm tired of the stress and anxiety that goes along with getting dressed every morning. From deciding what to wear... to trying to find something I like... to digging through and searching through clothes to create something that doesn't suck the life out of me. I've tolerated this uninspiring habit long enough. My wardrobe drains me of energy. I want a wardrobe that inspires me. That lifts me up. That makes it easy for me to always feel good about what I put on... and to bring a smile to my face any time I'm in my closet or opening a drawer. I am now on a mission to create this inspired space. Wanna do this with me? Comment below.