You have probably heard of the capsule closet, a more sustainable wardrobe proposal in which the quality (and versatility) of the pieces is more important than the quantity of clothes. If you are thinking of joining this trend, but do not know where to start, Daniela Forestieri, personal organizer registered with GetNinjas, the largest service contracting application in Latin America, and creator of Danny Organiza, listed the four initial steps that must be taken. taken into account when joining this wardrobe model. Check below what they are.
1 – Set a limit of parts: to assemble the capsule cabinet, you must choose a limited amount of clothes. In this logic, only the pieces that are essential for your daily life are in the wardrobe.
2 – Bought, discarded: if you need to buy new parts, buy, but then donate the old ones (nothing to accumulate!). Remember: the capsule cabinet proposal is based on a limited amount of clothes.
3 – Exercise detachment: to make the selection of the pieces, you need to practice detachment and give up the things that no longer make sense in your life. It is an initially difficult and sometimes painful process, but, in the end, it leaves you with only what you really like and which in fact makes sense in your daily life.
4 – Learn to make choices: evaluate which pieces are more repeated (this makes it easier to discard them) and prioritize the clothes that are most part of your daily life, both in domestic life, in professional life and in performing physical activities or leisure. When doing this analysis, it is easier to choose what is in the closet and what goes away for good.
Available for Android, iOS and the web, GetNinjas (www.getninjas.com.br) was elected, in 2017, by Forbes Brasil as one of the most promising companies in Brazil. Currently, it has more than 200 types of services available, among them are professionals in the areas of renovations, fashion and beauty, technical assistance, domestic services, classes, events, among others. The company, which received R $ 47 million in funding from Monashees, Kaszek and Tiger Group, is already present in more than 3,000 cities in Brazil, registers around 3 million service requests per year, and has more than 1.7 million registered professionals. GetNinjas was founded in 2011 by Eduardo L’Hotellier, who acts as CEO – in charge of operations.