Spring seems to have finally sprung in Wisconsin.
While the summer-like temperatures are due to El Niño and the fact our planet is warming at an accelerating, anxiety-inducing pace; I’m still thankful we’re moving into a new season. The promise of change and growth feels hopeful, despite it’s always uncertain outcome.
I have a lot to talk about since my last closet minimalism post more than seven months ago. What I can tell you is that I’m currently in the midst of another shopping ban. Partially because of a larger than expected tax bill ( UGH ) and upcoming trip ( YAY ), but mostly because I’ve been researching how to shop responsibly. I’ve been reading all the articles about it ( which are mostly depressing ), but this blog post left me inspired. Until I can form coherent sentences about how I’m going to put all my newfound knowledge into action, I’ll leave you my spring wishlist. The light fabrics, flowy silhouettes and pops of that orangey-rust color are making me seriously happy.
*Interesting side note: I’ve discovered that putting clothes + items into pretty Photoshop layouts brings me an almost equal amount of satisfaction as purchasing them. In other words, get ready for LOTS of Photoshop layouts here on the blog. You’ve been warned.