Minimalist shoes in my wardrobe

I have been practicing minimalism since I read it a great Slow Fashion book Joanna Glogazy. It was after reading this book that I realized that minimalism is something I need. My life has changed by 180 degrees - I began to appreciate small things, pay attention to quality, not quantity and live life to the fullest. I got rid of everything that I didn't enjoy and which I never liked, and I felt sorry to give it away or throw it away. Minimalism has become my way of life. Ever since I became a minimalist, my life has been more beautiful.


When i read Be Chic guide! I realized that I have a shortage of shoes. It was true that I had some basics there, but I completely lacked shoes for spring and autumn (I plan to buy Jodhpur boots that match most of my stylizations). In the guide you will find the minimum when it comes to the mandatory wardrobe items. Things like trench coat, ballerina and little black dress appear there. Such basics of basics, thanks to which you will build classic and minimalist stylizations.


In May I decided to fill in the gaps, especially when it comes to spring shoes. This spring I put on nude color falling into pink. In autumn and winter I usually wear black clothes and accessories, and I associate spring with bright clothes and accessories. For cooler, spring days and warm autumn I decided to buy Kiomi oxford shoes in nude color. This model has been following me for some time. Oxford shoes are very comfortable, and at the same time give stylization a little elegant and nonchalant character. After all, this is a model of shoes that comes from the men's wardrobe.

Another pair of shoes that has appeared in my wardrobe are for tied ballerinas with a nose in a Mateo & Palazzo tip. The shoes are made of the highest quality leather imported from Italy. These ballerinas are not only cute, but also very comfortable (and I say this - a person who can even wipe Emu or Melissa!). I showed ballerinas in this stylization click. This model looks beautiful on the leg. For a long time I wasn't convinced to tie ballerinas, but now I can tell you that I have the impression that they look better than classic ballerinas. Especially when we dress them with dresses.

I still missed everyday shoes that I could wear for looser styling. So I bet on Kiomi leather espadrilles (I really like their company because they have minimalist clothes, as well as footwear and accessories). These are the most comfortable shoes in the world, made of very soft leather. They perfectly match spring stylizations. I couldn't decide whether to choose those with a black nose or all pink. Anyway, see for yourself what beautiful espadrilles Kiomi has in its offer. You can't pass by these espadrilles, especially since they are SUPER comfortable.

In the end I decided on the ones with a black nose, thanks to which this model fits both light and dark stylizations perfectly. My favorite set for these espadrilles is silk blouse from H&M Premium with frill i High-waisted jeans from Cubus.

At the moment I have supplemented deficiencies for the spring-summer season (in ballerinas and espadrilles I plan to go on cooler summer days, which according to forecasts will be a lot). For fall I will definitely have to supplement my wardrobe with Jodhpur boots, which will perfectly match my beloved jeans.

Three coffee services, two teapots and four pairs of tights

Recently I was wondering if there is a sphere in which I can not persevere in minimalism? It is, or more precisely, my corner cabinet, in which I keep dry food. I have the impression that there is always too much of something.
Always opening this cabinet, I think that this is definitely not a minimalist example cabinet. I don't know why, but when I go shopping and see, for example, chia seeds - I never remember whether I have a package at home that is full or one that you can't pick anything out of. And I know that although I will use an extra pack of chia seeds in a few weeks, I still spend money on something that I didn't have to spend on it at the moment.
And despite the fact that I have a shopping list with me on planned purchases, there are also unplanned ones and then I stand and think about the product. I throw it in the basket, but then it turns out that I have a full package at home, which has not even been opened. I would like to have my pantry, in which I could keep the products "in stock" without worrying about space. I think that thanks to this I could also control the ingredients that I have. Everything would be in my sight.
Talking to one of my friends, I found out that he has three teapots. Hearing this, I began to wonder what the hell of her three new teapots. The answer I got was simple: if one breaks, I have another in store. I got the teapots as a wedding present and they lie there.
I just wonder how old the kettle is and what are the chances that it will use the next three in the next few years. Properly? Chances are poor.
I noticed that a lot of older people have a problem with stuff cracking. Especially when they lived in a period where there was nothing in Poland. Today, they are hamsters because they like to have a lot, or maybe fear that those times will come back.
I wonder how is it with your objects?