Noteworthy #023: Personal Style & The Perfect Wardrobe Workbook

I first discovered the style blog Into Mind a few months ago while binge searching minimalist style for my own personal enjoyment…(idk),  and was delighted to find it was the perfect blog for tips on how to organize your wardrobe and hone your personal style. Into Mind is a comprehensive, well-rounded, style blog that has what literally every single style blog lacks: substance. The voice of Anuschka Reese, the mastermind behind Into Mind, is intelligent, understanding and style centric — all qualities which are obviously important when perfecting your wardrobe.

Luckily, Reese has translated the Into Mind experience into a workbook that takes the insightful characteristics of her blog posts into an extremely useable tangible product you (and I, duh.) can soon purchase.

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The Into Mind Personal Style & The Perfect Wardrobe Workbook is dived into 17 different sections ranging from how to dissect your current wardrobe, developing a signature look, exploring fit and fabric preferences and how to upgrade your wardrobe organization. Available in a PDF format the workbook allows its users to customize it completely and write as many notes on the pages as they want, re-do certain sections they found helpful and doodle in the margins, or whatever, you get the point.

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Geared toward “newbies” beginning their search for their personal style and those who already well on their way to perfecting their wardrobe, this workbook has the potential to completely change your perspective on outfit pairings, shopping and organization. Needless to say, I’m more than excited to get my hands on a copy of the workbook and hopefully end my semi-hoarding problem and own indecisiveness when it comes to organizing my wardrobe.

The workbook is available starting August 5th and you can read more about it on Into Mind.

Emma Klug started The Style Note in the fall of 2012. Her writing has been featured in DBusiness Magazine, Chicago Sun-Times, Nothing Major, The Working Wardrobe, Chicago Talks, Inexpensive Chic, and The Wayne State University student paper: The South End. When she’s not writing you can find her eating pizza, binge-watching Netflix and working her day job as a magazine editor.
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