5 Ways To Have A Minimal Closet

Staying in sync with the ever-changing fashion landscape can be both tiring and financially demanding. Trends emerge swiftly and vanish just as quickly, tempting us to constantly stay up-to-date. Unfortunately, this pursuit isn't always wallet-friendly. However, the compulsion to own the current trend only to discard it after a single or a couple of uses, isn't the right way forward. While it's perfectly acceptable for those who can afford it, maintaining an expansive wardrobe isn't a necessity. For those aiming to exude style within budgetary constraints, this  serves as a blueprint for curate a minimalistic wardrobe. 

Furthermore, it's worth noting that this approach not only benefits your pocket but also contributes positively to the environment and the planet we call home. 

  • Capsule your wardrobe:. Part of our philosophy is to provide casual and trendless clothes that can last you through every trend and season. Buying more eco-conscious and seasonless pieces is always better than just following trends.
  • Focus on fabric: Look for brands that are selling certified organic garments. Switching to organic cotton reduces the water consumption in production by 90%. Certified recycled polyester diverts between 6-17 bottles from the landfill per garment and reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 66%.
  • Focus on Quality: Instead of buying multiple items to wear once, focus on building a wardrobe with fewer but better quality pieces. Our ethos follows that ideology, by producing garments of high quality that will last for our consumer.
  • Donate rather than throw out. Donate to your local charity or orphanage. A healthy sustainable wardrobe mantra to follow is: One In, One Out. Every time you go out shopping for something new, donate another item from your closet.
  • Focus on buying from environmentally conscious brands as much as you can. Small changes in production practices and fabrics can help the industry reduce landfill waste, ocean waste, chemical effluence, water consumption and greenhouse gas emissions in large numbers.