A pair of grey Converse baseball boots. Perfect for in-between weather.
That's it until May, when the season restarts. (Is it May yet? Is it? Is it May yet? Oh it is! And it's that day in May if you're reading this on the day I posted it. If you're in the UK and haven't voted yet, then go! Go now! The Internet will still be here when you get back).
There is only lesson I've learnt from last season that I will share ... I really need to learn to read for comprehension.
When I talk about seasons, I mean four - autumn, winter, spring and summer.
When fashion talks about seasons, they mean the two catwalk collections - spring / summer and autumn / winter. And fashion cheats. It sneaks in one or two cruise collections to carry you through the transition between seasons.
Except when they don't. Depending on the writer, they mean calendar or fashion when they tell you no more than five new things per season.
Having started with 20 items of clothing, plus basics and second-hand, I'm going to reduce it to 15 new items to reflect the three seasons. That also allows for work-wear. 10 would be ... Challenging. Yeah, that's the word. Terrifying is another.
But, to make it more interesting, I'm going to limit the number of second hand items to no more than 5 per season as well. If the aim is to be more minimalist, reduce consumption and purchase more thoughtfully, then I have to be consistent. There's no point in undoing all the good work with eBay madness! (See Rev T, I told you!)
Although the French Wardrobe is working well for me so far, there are other methods you can use to achieve the same goal. I'll share them as one of them may work better for you.
Thanks to everyone who's commented recently. I've bought a new PC and am still setting it up so my apologies for the late responses, I do really appreciate them.
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