What I Wore Wednesday

Fashion

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I dress to go out on the town, I always think about wearing clothes that will allow me to move freely, dance wildly and eat whatever I want without constraint.  When you wear tight things, balance it with something more loose.  Nobody wants to see you in a skin-tight outfit that shows every imperfection.

Poncho Blouse (thrift), Black Skinny Jeans (ASOS), Shoes (purchased abroad in small boutique), Bangle (H&M), Sunglasses (boutique on road-trip to Florida), Gold Clutch (thrift)

In my mission to downsize my wardrobe but still look fabulous, I’ve been collecting items that can go with multiple outfits.  This gold clutch goes with almost everything in my wardrobe so I can get rid of my small collection of wallets/clutches of varying colors.

What is the key to having a small closet? While I still have a long way to go before I reach my goal, I’m slowly filtering out any clothing item that doesn’t go with a lot of things.  K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple Stupid)

pleated poppy

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