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10 best minimalism blogs

10 best minimalism blogs - according to me

Slow Your Home - Slow right down and live the simpler life you want

Slow right down and live the simpler life you want

Becoming Minimalist

Own less. Live more.




A minimalist lifestyle blog for those in the UK

The Simple Experiment I’m Most Excited to Complete

Cait Flanders paid off $30,000 of debt, tossed 75% of her belongings and did a two-year shopping ban. She writes about consuming less and living more.

Make Life Easier

Blog o modzie, gotowaniu i zakupach. W lekkim stylu pokazuje jak ułatwić sobie życie, codziennie nowe aktualizacje.




Designing chic, stylish and practical wardrobes one closet at a time.

The Capsule Wardrobe: An Experiment

For the past few months since moving I have worn the same five items of clothing on repeat: a coat, a pair of jeans, slip-on shoes, some boots and a jumper. OK – maybe six because I alternate the jumper between my black one and my grey one. Riveting stuff in the style department, eh? I just wasn’t too chuffed with my wardrobe. It felt ‘bitty‘ with items that I’d panic purchased for an event because I felt I had ‘nothing to wear’ – that old chestnut – and trusty pieces that I wore over and over again, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but caused me to end up in a style rut. One night I was sat, most likely procrastinating, thinking how I could get over my wardrobe funk when I remembered a blog that Jess Lively had pointed me in the direction of. It’s called Unfancy and it’s by a lovely lady called Caroline who blogs her experience of living with a 37 piece capsule wardrobe (shoes included in that number), that she mixes up every three months seasonally. It took me approximately 10 seconds of reading her site before I knew that this was something that I just had to try.

Seasons + Salt

A blog about simple, conscious, style.

The 5 Piece French Wardrobe - The Sustainable Edit

Blogger Tartan Brunette explains the 5 piece French wardrobe and how you can use the method to create you perfect wardrobe