If there is such a thing as a uniform in my closet– cause I’ve been around the block a time or two, and while I ADMIRE, RESPECT, and UNDERSTAND minimalism and the shift toward capsule wardrobes, my closet and wardrobe certainly don’t fall into those categories– this is it.

An easy sweater, casual jacket or blazer, a pair of tried and true jeans, and some comfortable kicks, plus little extras like neon lime nail polish, and oversized watch optional. BAM! Uniform.

Both of my sisters have Marie Kondoed the junk out of their lives, homes, and closets. So perhaps they could better speak to the virtues of closet minimalism and wardrobe wicking. I continue to seasonally purge, and that’s about as far as I’ve managed to go.

What are your thoughts on a capsule wardrobe? Have you sought to further establish a practice of minimalism in your homes or closets? How did it go? I’d love to hear more!

I hope you all have a fabulous Tuesday!!!

XX, Megan


Jacket: J.Crew (current season, similar, similar), Sweater: H&M, Scarf: J.Crew (similar, similarsimilar, similar), Pants: J.Crew (current season), Shoes: Converse, Watch: U-boat, Sunglasses: Ray-ban (or here), Earrings: J.Crew, Lips: Stila Beso

5 thoughts on “Uniform

  1. Having studied (okay, read) Konmari’s method… I don’t think she truly values the joys of a huge wardrobe. Good for her. I don’t have a HUGE wardrobe, but love that there is a fair amount of variety. It also means I do a LOT less laundry…

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    1. Amen! Plus wear per garment is way lower, and I’m going to say (maybe pretend) that it keeps me from replacing items as often… Yes. I’m sticking with that!


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