I tried the popular 'capsule wardrobe' and whittled my closet down to just 30 items - here's why I'm never looking back
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In the 1970s, London boutique owner Susie Faux coined the term "capsule wardrobe" to describe a minimal wardrobe composed of 30 to 40 high-quality, versatile items that will meet your needs for a given time amount of time.Wearing only a fraction of your closet is supposed to reinforce the idea that you can be happy with less - plus, you'll save money in the long run buying fewer, quality clothes and skipping the mediocre items, Faux writes on her blog.
But 30 days on a "capsule diet" wasn't nearly enough. Here's how I did it, and why I'm sticking with my 30-or-so items and never looking back.
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