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  1. Ray says:

    It’s something I’d try myself too.

    http://www.underaytedray.co.uk

    Posted Nov. 10, 2017 | Reply
  2. I’m excited to see your capsule wardrobe journey! I’ve been considering the same… maybe it’s time for me too?

    Have a great weekend! ❤

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog
    http://charmainenyw.com

    Posted Nov. 10, 2017 | Reply
  3. Marcelyn Heuett says:

    I love this. I am a stylist for Stitch Fix and ever since starting there I’ve noticed my interest going more towards a capsule style. I see so much consumption in clothes that it really made me think of my own habits. I follow Caroline Joy at http://www.un-fancy.com. She’s a fabulous minimalist dresser. Good luck! I’m excited to follow your journey.

    Posted Nov. 10, 2017 | Reply
  4. emily says:

    I am excited to learn about this! My wallet and hubs are, too! LOL

    Posted Nov. 10, 2017 | Reply
  5. Kailyn says:

    I absolutely love this! I can’t wait to see future posts on a capsule wardrobe. After having a baby myself, I just want to be comfy. And I have soooooo many pieces in my wardrobe I don’t wear. I am excited to get some new inspiration for how I can simplify my wardrobe as well.

    Posted Nov. 10, 2017 | Reply
  6. Jessica says:

    Thank you for sharing!! I’ve been working on paring down my wardrobe. It has helped in the amount of time it takes me to pick out an outfit and helped to lower the stress around getting clothes ready for the day ahead.

    Posted Nov. 11, 2017 | Reply
  7. Brie weaver says:

    Thank you!!! There are so many blogs that I have followed for many years that started out with dressing for everyday and items that the everyday girl could actually afford. Then the blogs got popular and sponsored and I could no longer follow because so many of these women were buying and wearing things that I couldn’t afford and it became a popularity contest with who could wear the most expensive things and get the most likes. I stopped following them due to those things. Clothing is meant to be functional and make us feel good about ourselves. It’s not a competition. Be true to your style and more women I believe will continue to follow. I know I will:)

    Posted Nov. 11, 2017 | Reply
  8. A beautiful outfit and superb shoes 😉

    https://4highheelsfans.wordpress.com/2017/11/10/i-have-a-dream/

    Posted Nov. 12, 2017 | Reply
  9. Wow that sounds interesting! I really want to try but I don’t think I can do it, lol
    Anyway, nice outfit and I love your shoes <3

    http://www.bigdreamerblog.com

    Posted Nov. 13, 2017 | Reply
  10. Alex says:

    I’m totally into this concept and I’m really excited to have more info based on your experience

    Posted Nov. 13, 2017 | Reply
  11. Kendra says:

    Ugh! I wrestle with this concept all of the time! But it scares the crap out of me! I’m afraid that if I give something up I’ll “need” it and regret parting with it! It’s just an excuse I know! I’m so excited to follow you on this journey! As I know its time for me to do the same thing!!!

    Posted Nov. 14, 2017 | Reply
  12. Jessica says:

    So excited for this! I know I need to simplify my wardrobe & curb my retail therapy habits. But it seems so scary – and I totally get that seller’s remorse! Looking forward to future blog posts on this & hoping I can adapt the capsule wardrobe as well.

    Posted Nov. 14, 2017 | Reply
  13. Mary Marandi says:

    Amanda, I think you hit the nail on the head with the phrase “scarcity mentality.” Like, will I be bored with a more limited number of options, and then regret parting with so many things? And for me, I start thinking about the money I spent on items, even if it was on sale or clearance, and I don’t want to let it go. It’s not easy but once you start, it definitely does become EASIER. Although I am in no way a minimalist or anything close to it, I love the idea of a capsule wardrobe and actually starting the process of adopting one myself. I bought all wood hangers to make my items I do have and decided to keep feel special and wanted, if that makes sense! Almost like a boutique feel, saying you made the cut! And slowly but surely, I am sorting and selling or donating. It’s so refreshing and somehow, it makes you feel lighter. Thank you for the post and your insight! But I would say keep the buffalo plaid! 🙂

    Posted Nov. 15, 2017 | Reply
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    Posted Nov. 25, 2017
  15. Lindsay says:

    I can’t wait to hear how this goes. Thinking I should do the same.

    Posted Nov. 26, 2017 | Reply
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  17. Erin says:

    Good for you! In a world full of excess it’s nice to see someone paring down. I did this as well and it definitely makes finding something to wear for work easier. If you like Brene Brown Ted Talks, I would also recommend Graham Hill founder of Treehugger. He’s a minamlist and I find his talks really inspiring.

    Posted Dec. 2, 2017 | Reply
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  19. Nura says:

    I am a minimalist, i wear it and mix it until i tear it, i keep it simple but thats just who i am and wouldnt change it, i dont like clutter and the same goes for my wardrobe, less clutter less anxiety. I am so happy for you and love your posts.

    Posted Dec. 24, 2017 | Reply
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    Posted Nov. 1, 2018
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