Can you say RUTHLESS!
I said farewell to several bags of gently used and unwanted garments.
Clothes that felt like "albatrosses" items that one hangs onto "just in case"
I feel a fresh new start and have empty hangers waiting...
for a very select new and needed garments.
With Spring just around the corner there will be a few things that I will need to replace, white tank tops and T shirts are always on the list.
I mentioned before how tiny our Arts and Craftsman Bungalow is and that storage is minimal at best.
This is the lower portion of our bedroom closet
Mr. HB has the upper area.
This is my basic winter wardrobe.
Here are the longer winter items.
I have a small wardrobe downstairs which holds dresses and out of season clothes.
I am not kidding when I said that I have pared down...
feeling a bit more like Jennifer Scott's "Madame Chic."
Blogger Mette recently purchased a pair of jeans
which got me thinking that I could use another pair.
I found a pair of Gap wide legged jeans at the consignment store
where I met and chatted with Sheila from Ephemera.
I'll wear these with heels...
red shoes would be fun!
Jones of NY
in shades of grey...
a thrift shop find this week.
Speaking of grey
Pepper's catching some ZZZ's
The weather has been dreary and grey
so I have imported some lovely scent and colour to The Humble Bungalow
I'll plant these hyacinth bulbs in the garden when they are finished cheering things up inside.
These may look like twigs
but they are so much more...
these cuttings will be abloom with pink and red blossoms in a week or so.
Perusing this coffee table book has inspired me.
The architecturally designed homes featured inside are beautifully decorated
in a rather rustic Pacific Northwest fashion.
Antiquities, books and massed collectibles add such richness to these amazing abodes.
Rather like those trusted true accessories that add interest to a minimalist basic wardrobe.
Do you have a walk in closet or a teeny space like mine?
Is your wardrobe style more