Weekly Reads and Finds

A white background with my 23 finds from the week.

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Yesterday I put out a capsule wardrobe post that was completely different from the one I was originally going to do. I shifted somewhere this week with inspiration and started looking back to the 90s fashion aesthetic of 90s minimalism to find some.

It made me want to take my whole closet and dump it on the bed and separate any pieces that I have that would work for this vibe.

As I have mentioned a million times, and have yet to do anything about, my freestanding wardrobe is collapsing, and I can barely touch it without fear of the whole thing toppling over.

This means that I am basically wearing only a small amount of pieces that are easily accessible, and I am feeling overwhelmed and uninspired.

I would love to find a replacement closet/rack that would allow me to break my wardrobe into aesthetic type sections.

I think this is the first time in my life that I have dreamed of having a walk-in closet.

Usually, all I want is an organized Ikea-style wardrobe that has places for my jewellery and accessories but right now I feel like there is so much potential in there that I am not tapping into.

That 90s minimalist capsule wardrobe and the scrolling through pictures of that era really set my creative wheels turning.

I hope that I can use it before they disappear again.

Weekly Reads and Some Videos:

The Brooklyn Public Library Gives Every Teenager in the U.S. Free Access to Books Getting Censored by American Schools

The Edwardian Style Spy Photographer

New American Girl Doll Celebrates Black Joy During the Harlem Renaissance

Seriously, What Are You Supposed to Do With Old Clothes? – The Atlantic

Bringing Math to the Many: A Reading List. Books That Convey the Cultural Significance of Math

Vienna’s Albertina Museum Puts 150,000 Digitized Artworks Into the Public Domain: Klimt, Munch, Dürer, and More

Hear the World’s Oldest Known Song, “Hurrian Hymn No. 6” Written 3,400 Years Ago

You don’t need to look perfect to work out

The introvert’s guide to actually enjoying a party

Hell hath no fury like a Millennial scorned

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Sara is the founder and creative behind livelovesara. A George Brown College Fashion Styling Graduate, she provides advice on finding your personal style regardless of age and budget. She is always on the hunt for the perfect wardrobe piece and is a vintage and thrifting enthusiast who can't wait to share her newest finds. She is also trying to learn French.

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