Monday, October 9, 2017

Why it's important to restyle your clothes

Today is very chill, hair up in buns, cozy fluffy jumper on and comfy pink boots to the rescue kind of day. It has gotten quite cool outside and I'm trying to deal with it by wearing my favorite jumper more often than  not. Also, you know what a big fan of faux leather trousers I am, so it was time to start wearing them again. 

You all know I am an advocate of rewearing and repurposing the clothing items in our bursting full wardrobes, but today I want to share with you why it's actually important to do so.

1. You get your money's worth if you wear your clothes more than once or more than one season. It's the sensible thing to do, don't waste your money by purchasing trendy items that don't suit your style, because then you're not going to feel comfortable wearing them which will lead to them ending up in the back of the closet. When you invest in good quality pieces that are versatile, you get to enjoy them for many seasons to come and they are a pleasure to style. 

2. Having to wear different clothing pieces multiple times gets your creative juices flowing, as weirdly as that wording sounds. Knowing that you've worn that particular item already, you'll want to style it differently which means you'll experiment more and be more imaginative. If you feel like you're in a rut check out Pinterest for more inspo. 

3. Reusing your clothing means less throwing away which leads to less waste. The fashion industry has a major negative impact on the environment, so thinking twice about what you discard is becoming crucial. A lot of brands have started sourcing sustainable materials, but it's as important for us to practice conscious consumerism. 

Do you restyle your clothes?

Have a pink-tastic day!
Kisses





Military Coat (similar)
Jumper (similar)
Faux Leather Pants (similar)
Chanel Bag (similar)
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12 comments

  1. Oh ja, da hast du total Recht! Wir verschwenden zu viel Geld und tragen es dann selten. Dein Pulli und die Hose gefallen mir sehr gut :-*

    Melanie / www.goldzeitblog.de

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  2. I totally agree with you!! I always try to restyle my cloths to take the most of them and don't get bored ;)
    Very cute look Carina!
    Have a nice week :)
    xx

    Eli

    www.curly-style.com

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  3. You look so stylish and these boots are so cool!

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  4. Yes to this! Buying pieces that can easily be remixed within my wardrobe is always key!

    Shannon
    Clothes & Quotes

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  5. That's true! Fantastic post dear, so nice tips!
    lovely outfit, like it so much! Great post!

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  6. I agree with you, less waste, money worth, you are so right! I like to restyle clothes. You look so beautiful, I loved your outfit - including hairstyle! - and the place of the photoshoot is so beautiful! Hope you have a sweet day!
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  7. Your hairdo is too cute!! Love this post babe, you're so motivational and inspirational <3

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  9. waoo girl you are looking amazing girl realy.. i love yours stunning style... :)
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  10. Hi darling!

    I really love your outfit, the coat is incredible and you are so beautiful.

    A big kiss!

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  11. I fully agree on wearing your items more than once and styling them differently. It's important to get your money's worth.

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