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Creating a capsule wardrobe

I’m going to come right out and say I am NOT good at fashion. I’m not a fashionista; I’m terrible at seeing what items work with what and putting “outfits” and “pieces” together. But we aren’t here to talk about style trends, but rather how overwhelming the amount of clothing the average person owns is, and how even more overwhelming the amount of clothes we throw away or “pass on” to charity bins is each year in this country.

Most clothes purchased get five wears each. Let’s just think about that for a second

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