The Curated Closet, by Anuschka Rees
Many women don’t know what their personal style is.. ME. Don’t have a wardrobe that actually matches their style or life.. ME AGAIN. Don’t know how to shop… ME, ME, ME…and –sigh– ME! I have to admit that if only my closet would be organized as good as my library, I would find peace of mind, not to mention that I would finally wear something different from jeans and t-shirts.
I don’t know about you, but when it comes to fashion I am a big mess. I love reading fashion magazines, I am a serial pinner of fancy outfits on Pinterest, online shopping is my jam!… but, no matter what I do, I end up feeling a bit lost. Getting my style together has always been on my “to do list”, but I never fully commit myself to it, until this morning when I stumble upon Anuschka Rees book “The Curated Closet“.
Writer and founder of the style blog into-mind.com, Rees comes out with a guide for every girl that helps you discovering your unique style and build a wardrobe that make you feel confident everyday; 4 easy steps and the used and abused “I have nothing to wear” will be a faint memory.
Many women don’t know what their personal style is, don’t have a wardrobe that actually matches their style or life, and don’t know how to shop for a structured wardrobe of all pieces that can be worn easily and confidently.
Style and minimalism blogger Anuschka Rees presents a fascinatingly strategic, prescriptive approach to identifying, refining, and expressing personal style and building the ideal wardrobe to match it, with style and shopping strategies that women can use every day.
Including beautiful full-color fashion photography, infographics, and activities, The Curated Closet is a useful guide covering everything women need to know to fully realize their individual style and create their perfect functional and beautiful wardrobe.
Her approach is sincere and down to earth, her method smart and sustainable. Guiding you through discovering your style, experimenting new looks, building your wardrobe, shopping and how to mantain and update your hard work, Anuschka Rees makes decluttering and organizing a funny activity.