Minimalism. The word alone has a calming cadence and mantra-like character. Don’t get us wrong, we like a shirt with a fun print or stacked beauty-shelve as much as the next person, but there’s a lot to say for a more harmonious wardrobe and home.
Excuse number one for being late at work: a hellish commute. Real reason number one for being late at work: an early-morning wardrobe crisis. Imagine a world where you don’t have to worry about your outfit, because you only have a few items to pick from. Minimizing your closet is not just good for your pre-coffee wellbeing, but also for the environment. Because of overproduction in the fast fashion industry, billions of pieces of clothing end up on landfill and harm our planet. This book is filled with practical styling, detoxing and shopping tips, all to become a more conscious consumer.
Dress Scandinavian | Pernille Teisbaek
Less is more. This is one of fashion’s favorite quotes for a reason. A good basic can elevate your look in an instant. There’s a place where people have this way of dressing down to an art: Scandinavia. Danish fashion blogger Pernille Teisbaek knows Scandi style and she bundled all her knowledge in a book called “Dress Scandinavian,” in which she analyzes the essence of Nordic style accompanied by many photos.
Less: A Visual Guide to Minimalism | Rachel Aust
Having a messy house can result in a messy mind. There’s a reason we love the feeling of a freshly cleaned and organized home. Rachel Aust wrote a book explaining why having less stuff is good, and gives advice on how to achieve it. The book’s philosophy is that scaling back on physical objects creates space in your mind to focus on the important things in life.