INTERIOR : my minimalist wardrobe tour video

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here we go, a look into my minimalist wardrobe setup !

i’m so incredibly happy with this way of organising my clothes – it’s practical, easy to keep neat, and super beautiful, don’t you think ?
since i’m a fashion blogger and do get a lot of clothes sent to me to use for work, i need a system that can handle a decent amount of clothing without feeling cramped, overfilled, or messy.
luckily, the room is big enough for two clothing rails and two chests of drawers, so we can fit all of our favourites without it feeling even close to too much.

when you think of a minimalist wardrobe, this might not be it. maybe you’re thinking of someone who only keeps exactly what she needs ?
i’m not one of those minimalists, ascetism isn’t in my nature. so this is my version of a minimal way to store clothing – simple, spacious, organised, and pretty. something that works both with my working situation and is also making me happy to look at.

let’s take a look :

a shoutout to some lovely sponsors that have helped us set up this bad boy of a wardrobe :
lundia – chests of drawers
ziito – clothing rails and hangers
nordlux – those gorgeous wall lights that shine up our walls
dutchbone – the rug made of jute ( good choice for us vegans )
philips – clothing steamer
( all sponsored )

minimalist fashion, is there anything more inspiring ?
i’m going to go put on another outfit now, talk later.

love // jenny

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  1. Love your style and the aesthetics of your photography <3
    As an architecture student ( and fellow minimalist ) I really feel
    inspired by your work x

  2. I would love to see how you use the steamer tool. I use an iron and hate it as well. I’ve been thinking about buying more linens but very worried about the incessant wrinkles. Is the tool really that effective. Maybe a future video on caring for ur clothes including this steamer thing?? Thank you!!!

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