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You are more and more likely to want to reduce your wardrobe while having style. And it’s a very good thing. But getting dressed by buying less clothes is not easy for everyone. If the errors of purchases related to the ignorance of your size, your morphology, your colors or your style are classic causes of too filled cupboards, the clothes frenzy arrives, it, to the top of the list.

This article is the beginning of a journey to self-discovery to buy less and better. It introduces you, among others, the key steps to dress well by buying less. With the right love and clothing items the deals come as the bests.

Dress well by buying fewer clothes

To slow down its consumption of fashion articles is to act positively for its well-being and the planet.

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Remember, in my article Why choose responsible fashion?

“How to dress well by buying fewer clothes?” Not only is the first point of this list, but it is also the beginning of work on self-image. Moreover, it links two strong values that guide my daily work: harmony (between being and appearance) and respect (of oneself and the environment), the basis of “slow fashion” (understand “non-disposable, durable, responsible mode”).

Dress well

The purpose of this article (and the next ones that will complement it) is to help you create a thoughtful wardrobe made up only of clothing and accessories that match and agree with each other.

It is a first step towards creating your best image, which is in line with your personality, your physique and your speech. An image that respects you as an individual with what is most beautiful. But also the one who respects everything and those around you because, without our land and its great wealth, we are very little.

Dressing well goes beyond appearing

In addition to our primary needs (protection, warmth or coolness), clothing has other roles, a psychological role, a cultural role and a social role. They are decisive for all of us.

How to choose clothes that suit you and adapt to your personality, your tastes, your values, your actions, your words, your way of life, your environment if you do not have a minimum defined these various aspects ?

If you only buy according to your mood, you run straight to the favorite purchase that will remain at the bottom of your closet. The same thing if you spend only with reason, without taking into account your tastes, your ideas and your personal comfort. So there are various factors that play into the wise purchase of a garment.

Dressing well does not mean “being stylish” or “being fashionable”.

In short, getting dressed is choosing clothes that:

    • You correspond physically and morally,


    • Bring you pleasure, well-being and comfort,


    • Integrate into your personal and professional environment,


    • Adapt to the culture in which you live,


    • Correspond to the time, in which you live,


  • Have been designed with respect to those who make them and the environment.


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The British summer is as reliable as Steven Taylor’s defending– virtually non-existent. So, as we wait for the sunshine to reappear, I’ve written a post that will teach you what to wear while we’re patiently waiting.

    Crew necks are winter staples. They are the safety pieces. They’ll always be around, and they’ll always look good. But that’s about it when it comes to crew necks. Due to their simple design and cut, they don’t leave too much to the imagination. In general, they’re an unfussy sweater so the best way to liven up your crew neck is to find one which sports a unique design or colour, whether that be a streetwear printed logo or a interesting pinstripe for a more formal look. They can be paired with just about anything from jeans, trousers or shorts.
    V-necks are more stylish than Crew necks but they require you to think about what you’re going to wear underneath. Fear not as this is a good thing.A white T-shirt is the default casual look but if you want to dress it up, throw on a shirt and tie combo. Remember the deeper the V, the more of the inner garment you are going to reveal. Make sure that what you show in the space of the V isn’t concealed i.e. a logo or print that’s attempting to peep out. Avoid wearing printed T-shirts beneath for this precise reason. Pair them with some Oliver Peoples glasses for the old school preppy look.
    Many people feel that turtle necks had their time in the 70’s. Simple not true. They may take a little more effort to pull off but understanding what to wear it with helps make that task a whole lot easier.Keep turtle necks simple; avoid flashy colours or prints because simple, dark shades work best. Rock it underneath a blazer to achieve a chic, classy look. If however, your neck is as long as mine, then you may want to take a pass, as it will only emphasise its length. Not a good thing.
    The cardigan now has become an essential in every man’s wardrobe and we’ve pretty much covered everything about them. But the main rule to remember with cardigans is that you should never wear prints underneath, just like the V-neck sweater. Use thinner cardigans for layering and chunky knits as alternative outerwear pieces.
    The zipped or buttoned sweater is probably the most uncommon out of these five choices, yet it acts as a great alternative because the zip/buttons allow it to become a great layering piece. You can reveal as much or as little as you wish given the amount of buttons you have at your disposal or how far the sweater zips down.

A major pitfall is when choosing to tuck the sweat in. It’s not entirely wrong but it'[s pretty hard to pull off.  If you do feel the need to tuck in, make sure it’s a snug fit. Try to get one that sits comfortably around your waist and doesn’t just flop out.

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