Do I dare talk about small wardrobes? I mean I've exhausted the subject here, here, and here. But living up here in Utah I am operating on the smallest wardrobe ever and I don't have a lot else to talk about. Back in May when we came up here I packed for cold weather because it was cold, duh. And also because I wasn't sure how long we'd be staying.
I packed 3 pairs of jeans, 4 sweaters, my favorite sweatshirt from Everlane, my Double RL thermal and plaid shirt and the workhorse of my wardrobe, my J. Crew Chambray. This worked for all of May and almost all of June. Then we got hit with a heat wave. Summer's here are normally quite mild with temps hovering around 70-75 degrees. But with the heat wave and nothing to wear I ordered these shorts from Target. They fit so well and cover a lot of cellulite. Also, this boatneck tshirt that does the same thing. And then last week this maxi dress from Walmart. Now all the cellulite is covered and my total wardrobe including 3 pair of shoes, one red vintage bandana and a vintage silk scarf is 24.
I miss nothing from my closet at home which is weird because I really love my clothes there. Here all I really do is eat, sleep and hike. That's a lie because I do grocery shop.
So I don't know if this would be doable at home but I would like to think so. The pressure to always be in something new or up-to-date if you are meeting friends or just going out is much greater than it is here so there is that. Do I have the guts to keep this going at home? Forgive me for all the links but I know some of you like the specifics. x