I had intended to post a Wardrobe Strategy post today, but for various reasons (from thunderstorms wrecking my lighting to having to deal with a broken toilet), I decided to share a recent outfit instead! blouse: thrifted | skirt: made by me | shoes: Remix "Picasso" wedges | belt: thrifted |...

IHM: What's your wardrobe strategy during the week, and does it change from Milan to Paris? JP: Well Paris is colder. I like to be comfortable and I tend to dress up more in Milan than I do in Paris because it's a suit city. But I like to have fun with my suits, I don't wear business suits,...

Step 2| Define Your Style - Look at what you have left over - what styles look good on you and what would you like to change? Step 3| Gather Essentials - Make a list of essential wardrobe items to be the foundation of your closet, and a (long term) strategy for how you will get these in...

I take mental notes of which ones I find striking and see if I can make the same thing work with my wardrobe. Some have surprised me—orange and green, red and teal—and some have simply reminded me of good combinations I'd somehow forgotten—pink and brown, yellow and red. If you, like me,...

Recycle Your Wardrobe Designer, Bridgett Artise's mission is to overcome some of the challenges that buying vintage presents – like poor fit and worn out fabrics – and show you how to choose the best elements, how to deconstruct your item and piece in other garments. It's a great strategy...

When it comes to capsule wardrobes, it's all about the practice of practicality. You'll want to limit your closet to a small number of essentials that can be mixed and remixed into as many everyday ensembles as possible. Consider this your strategic guide to seasonal style this...

 

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