Are You A Shrugging Sartorialist?

Are You A Shrugging Sartorialist?

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Dabney Frake
Jan 5, 2017

You wear what you want to wear, and clothing is there to serve a purpose — it's a uniform that covers up your body. You have other passions —or work, family and pets —that take up your time and thoughts. Clothes come and go and there are other more interesting things you prefer to focus on. As a result, you tend to wear what works for you over and over again, and don't need a lot of variety. Does this sound like you?

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You probably don't spend hours in your closet, lovingly petting all your fabrics and purring about how pretty they are. You might not care about matching hangers or organizational bins. If your stuff is hung up in the closet, all is good, but if it's at the bench at the foot of the bed in the morning, that's okay too. But you do want to find your clothes each morning without hassle. You need a basic organizational system that's easy to maintain.

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