Second hand sweater, Gudrun Sjödén. Shades, Céline. Second hand bag, The Row.
I love my wardrobe right now, and don’t think I’ve ever felt this way. Before, I used to have my morning coffee with a side of dressing anxiety! Now, however, I have fewer clothes than ever, and instead my wardrobe’s filled with great everyday pieces that all go perfectly together. And it’s only stuff I actually wear. Not like before, when there where mostly trend pieces I got sick of almost immediately. I also love that there’s only neutral colors, like black, white, navy, green, brown and grey—super basic and easy to match!
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