Today I’m sharing how you can create a Hygge Loungewear with 10 items or less
I’m not a fashionista nor a fashion stylist by far.
I’m a pretty simple, casual, straightforward woman who loves comfort above all.
In fact, I discovered a couple of years ago that wearing black all year long make me feel comfy.
Don’t get me wrong, I don’t wear black to mourn or to look slimmer or whatever… I wear it cos I deeply love how I can play with the texture and the transparency. Truth is, I “borrow” this idea from Tabatha Coffey.
The Australian famous hair dresser, life coach, author, motivational speaker (and probably many more talents) has a unique way to mix and match black clothes. It makes her absolutely outstanding. Her style is clean, perfectly adequate and just “OMG”.
That said, I wouldn’t be able to be fully happy without a capsule wardrobe packed with cosiness
In this week’s episode,I’ll discuss:
- What a capsule wardrobe is (and why you need one)
- What to include into a comfy wardrobe without breaking the bank
- How to choose fabric that will trigger your cosiness
Having a comfy wardrobe is a simple way to unwind from work by changing your mood. Just like what you did before going to bed, you’re wearing night clothes… it sets the tone.
Same goes here and it doesn’t have to be fancy or pricey.
The best is yet to come.
Use the comment section to tell me: What do you think about having a Hygge capsule with loungewear? Is it anything you’ve already tried? considered? Share your opinion below.
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Hej! I'm Ophelie
Your Comfort Zone Advocate
I teach quiet women how to feel confident by implementing the first steps of the Danish way of life (Hygge).
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