Simple living means simple wardrobe, based on essential pieces. I’ve tried a lot of styles since I was a teenager, both rave, colorful, pastel, anything you can only imagine. My last obsession was bohemian style, and still is actually. The only one thing – I tend to simplify everything nowadays, and my wardrobe isn’t an exception. Inspired by 5 piece french wardrobe method, I am going to make this big change in my closet but in my own way. The 5 piece french wardrobe theory shortly means you can have as many basics as you want that create your capsule wardrobe, but the “spicy” pieces that you desire are restricted to be no more than 5 purchases in a season. Most bloggers that ever wrote about this theory to curate the wardrobe usually are inspired by modern minimalism of b&w color scheme and straight cuts. I want to keep it bohemian casual, full of basic earthy colors like grey, black, white and brown with the mix of statement pieces as kimonos, crochet vests, ankle boots and ethnic print dresses. I love the nature-inspired motives, traditional embroidery and vintage finds. Basically, the aim of the theory is to get control over your wardrobe, and your budget as well. For me, the process of creating capsule wardrobe where everything matches and no piece has a chance to bother you one day is a process of wardrobe maturing and self-cleanse too.
I will be creating 5 piece french bohemian wardrobe essentials one by one, starting with this simple grey t-shirt. I love grey color because of the wide range of shades and textures it offers. So the first piece that symbolize a base to the whole wardrobe for me is a loose grey t-shirt. This particular one has 3/4 length sleeve and oversized silhouette, but I got it one size bigger than I usually wear to achieve an even more relaxed, laid-back look. Totally number one essential for easy days.
T-shirt – Forever21 / Straw fedora hat – Forever 21
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