I can’t remember how many times I have cleaned my closet this year. It seems like a never-ending process. But you gotta make room for the new finds and realize that there are clothes piling up that you truly never wear. So it’s time to get rid of them. I wrote a post a few weeks ago sharing some tips on how to clean your closet. But that post is meant for the seasonal BIG and hefty cleanse if you’re interested in that.
But on today’s post, I’m going to share a quick list of things you truly need to get rid of right now, and it doesn’t involve a thorough cleanse. It’s easy and fast and it will make you feel better afterward.
Yesterday, October 23rd, 2018, was my sixth anniversary living away from home.
As some of you may know, I’m from Cancún, México but I’ve lived in Barcelona for the past 6 years. It definitely has been a ride and I love Barcelona so much. It has been a part of me since I can remember, long before I even visit it for the first time.
That’s because my family is some version of the United Nations. I say that because we have a big mix of cultures. From my dad’s side, basically, everyone is Spanish. He is actually the first generation to be born in México. From my mom’s side is when all the fun starts because there are Spanish, English, American, Portuguese, etc.
I can’t tell you how many sweaters I’ve thrown away because of those annoying sweater pills they make through time and washes. TOO MANY. And it doesn’t matter how expensive they may have been. Because even though I invest in quality sweaters – which I totally recommend doing it as well – in time they ball up too.
But my prayers were answered by Amazon. A freaking 9,90€ magic spell that shaves away all of my problems and makes my closet – and my heart – happy again!
We all know that one of the best ways to portray your current situation, the products you are currently loving, the outfit you’ll wear for the day, etc. It’s through flat-lay photography.
But with flat-lay photography, it isn’t all fun and games. Normally they are carefully curated and styled photographs so they can take a little time and a few mistakes here and there to achieve the final desired look. It’s trial and error basically.
But I’m going to show you some of my tips to make your life easier and your flat-lay photos prettier. Here we go!