It's been so hot outside that it's given me plenty of time to clean out my closet not once, not twice, but three times in the past two months. If you think about it, most of the stuff we hold onto we dont use up for its entirety. We'll use it once or twice and never again. Then it sits year after year never seeing the light of day from the dark depths of our closets. Those clothes that are buried in the dark can be the light in someone else's life and could be what they are hoping to have. There are people out there that would be happy to have a warm sweater or boots for winter. It's selfish for me to have a handful of stuff that I don't use that can serve a purpose in someone else's life. Its not right. I'm so guilty of this, but who isn't when we live in a society where we are constantly tormented on what we don't have than focusing on what we do have. So I've embraced that having less is more. Investing in quality timeless pieces I love that I know I'll keep wearing over and over again is what I'm into nowadays. I've chosen to donate a lot of stuff so I can breathe a little. I've done away with most of my beloved boho styles that I have grown out of while keeping the more subtle colors around that can be worn again without it going so noticed. Maybe it's because I've gone back to my natural dark hair and I'm learning to embrace who I am again and letting things be. However, if theres a festival I'm attending, I will definitely rock those boho looks, but for now I'm ok with being simple while keeping a few accessories that I can wear daily. Lately, I love looks that are more put together, simple yet chic. Minimalist chic. Time to let go of the excess and reset.