The strategy of this decluttering book is simple: only through building a mini wardrobe (a small collection of clothes that will allow you to dress for any situation) will you come to unclutter your closet.
We won’t dive deep into the emotional attachments that paralyze you. Even if you break free of them and manage to clear out your closet, you will fill it with unnecessary items again. Our goal is not to learn how to part with clothes, but to learn how to build the right wardrobe. We will focus on the light at the end of the tunnel rather than on the darkness surrounding us.
Can you imagine that as few as five to seven items, not counting shoes and outerwear, can allow you to dress for any occasion? What about two items? Consider this book an accelerated course in capsule construction. It is full of practical information and life hacks, with a capsule template that is just a marvel!
After working with this book, you will not only gain the skill of capsule construction, but also free up space in your closet, gain self-confidence, and save a lot of money by not spending it on pointless shopping. And who knows, maybe you’ll even start working as a stylist or a wardrobe organizer.
This workbook is a companion to my first book, Let’s Shop in Our Own Closet. The two books complement each other with different examples and explanations, but the overall approach is the same. So, if you haven’t read Let’s Shop in Our Own Closet, you can still dive right in with this workbook. $1.99 on Kindle.