Wardrobe Architect #3: Exploring Shape

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This week’s task was quite simple and involved ranking different styles of clothing by how much you like wearing them. I tried to go with my gut instinct for this, and there were no shocking revelations.

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I think I have a fairly good idea of the styles that don’t suit me (loose, dropped waists), so this wasn’t a huge challenge. There are some styles which I’m curious to try, and they generally got scored between 5 and 7.

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I suppose one thing this made me think about was how important comfort is to me. I don’t want to have to think about what underwear to wear with an outfit, so spaghetti straps and strapless tops aren’t really interesting to me. As I’ve mentioned before, I really hate 3/4 length and above-elbow sleeves. They don’t keep me warm and they’re hard to put a cardie on top of. I am slowly culling the tops I own with this sleeve length from my wardrobe, and replacing them with short or long sleeves.

I’m enjoying this programme – it’s broken down into manageable chunks which forces you to think about the reasons behind your style. I am looking forward to finishing it though, because I’m impatient to get on with life in my more defined style!

 

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2 thoughts on “Wardrobe Architect #3: Exploring Shape

  1. Lady Stitcher says:

    Your posts were the final push for me to start into the Wardrobe Architect project, though I’m not sure I entered into it in the right spirit because I kind of binged on all the posts and worksheets! Comfort is a leading factor for me too – I love pretty clothes but if I can’t walk, sit and eat comfortably in it, then it’s not working out.

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    • Laura says:

      Yay! I’ve been binging on it in stages – I just take a bit longer to write about it 🙂

      Being able to eat all of the things is very important for me when choosing an outfit.

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