Spending money on clothes right now is a bit confusing. On the one hand, there are a lot of very good deals. On the other hand, it seems even more useless than ever, because I am basically living in Marks and Spencers elastic waist trousers and a muji t-shirt. However, I still have a plan … Continue reading My Luxury Wardrobe (part deux)
This post doesn’t contain affiliate links. All links are to be helpful. If you have been following me, you know that I am constantly confused about whether I should be not buying things or buying things that last. A couple of people that I follow in the FIRE movement have clothing shopping bans. My best … Continue reading My ~500 pound new luxury wardrobe
According to the Tate, For centuries artists used different shades (tones) of brown or black ink to create monochrome pictures on paper. The ink would simply be more or less diluted to achieve the required shades. Shades of grey oil paint were used to create monochrome paintings, a technique known as grisaille, from the French … Continue reading Monochrome Dressing
I thought that I would do something different and talk about buying clothes that last based on your body type! Rather than having a solution, in this post, I have a problem. I recently had a very poor experience with a new brand of jeans and I’ve had to come to terms with the fact … Continue reading Thigh-rub capsule wardrobe crisis? A chance to rethink and start sewing.
In my last post, I mentioned that I was trying Stitch Fix. I didn’t have much luck with my first style and sent everything back but I then used it as an opportunity to try my own 5 styles (as if I was a stylist) but it turned out to be 9. So without further … Continue reading Summer/Fall Teaching Capsule