Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission if you purchase that helps keep C+B up and running! However, all opinions are my own! For more information about affiliate links on C+B, read here.
Can you believe that the longest day of the year has already come and gone?
Not that I’m complaining, but it’s so crazy to think how quickly 2017 is going.
As I continue to dress for the summer months, I’ve been thinking of ways to both clean up and update my closet. There are so many clothes I’ve owned that I haven’t worn for years yet they’re still somewhere, taking up space in my closet.
There’s shoes that need to be thrown out because the soles of them are worn (but I love them).
I have bags that are stretched beyond capacity after being forced to take the shape of different items that were probably way too large for it, such as my laptop.
In other words, I need to get rid of quite a few items and stop trying to hold onto everything so much.
As I begin the purging of the Kims’ closet, I’ve noticed that I don’t really wear a lot of bright colors. In fact, most of my wardrobe would look like something you’d see in a minimalist’s capsule closet with all of the greys and muted colors I own. While I love bright colors, one place I don’t love them is on me. As an introvert, it just doesn’t seem to reflect my personality very well and I think our fashion choices often are an extension of ourselves. We typically wear what we like and what we feel comfortable in.
However, lately, I’ve been venturing out of my comfort zone a bit and adding brighter colors to my wardrobe in ways that don’t necessarily include running out and grabbing cerulean pants and all the neon yellow shirts my heart could desire. It’s just not my thing and if that’s not you, either, I have some style hack suggestions for brightening up your wardrobe for the summer!