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The benefits of a minimalist wardrobe

The benefits of a minimalist wardrobe

Minimalism adds efficiency to your workflow and simplifies your life. A minimalist wardrobe takes the stress out of dressing up. You don’t have to pile up multiple outfits and go shopping constantly. The best part is, it’s adaptable and long-lasting.

A minimalist wardrobe can simplify your work life. If you need a dose of inspiration, check out what the minds behind big tech giants such as Mark Zuckerberg and the late Steve Jobs wore. Even Obama wore the same navy suit and a white shirt every day. The logic behind this was that the brain and only make so many decisions each day and wearing the same thing takes one less decision a day.

If you’re not sure what to wear to work, you’re at the right place. Here’s why you should build up a minimalist wardrobe to wear to work or simply go out.

Capsule wardrobes
A good capsule wardrobe will consist of 10 clothing items you will wear throughout the year. Think skirts, trousers, work pants, work clothing and so on.
The concept behind it is you wear the same or similar outfit every day. Get a good quality blazer in a simple color choice like white or black. If you work at a creative outlet/environment, go for tee-shirts with simple color choices.

Capsule wardrobes will be your blessing in disguise because you don’t have to worry about rearranging or buying new items constantly. You can use them year after year and it will never fall out of fashion.

Less stress
If you’re an entrepreneur and you have a lot of decisions to make, switching to a minimalist wardrobe can help you cut down on wasted energy.
Plus, you don’t have to constantly think about how people will react to your outfit. It takes the worry and hassles out of the thought process. Fewer decisions also improve your productivity and enhance creativity.

More free time
Adopting a minimalist approach to your wardrobe can mean making fewer or no shopping trips. Plus, you don’t have to worry about if the clothes fit or suit you.

Adapting an identity
Remember those comics? Spider Man wore the same outfit and so did Batman. Think Sherlock Holmes! While we’re not telling you to turn into a costumed crime fighter, wearing the same outfit every day can create a brand.

Save more money
You don’t waste clothes, you save more money. Zero shopping involved too.

Work wardrobe
You don’t have to go all-out and wear the same outfit day in and day out. You can adopt this minimalist wardrobe for work only. With a pair of black pants, a crisp white shirt, and a statement piece of jewelry, you have a set work wear wardrobe.

Taking the stress out of your mornings and adopting a brand may be the right option for you.