Ever Wondered Why Famous People Have Limited Wardrobe? We Have The Answer


We go obsess over what we wear every day but people who are really successful don’t really think about it and here are the reasons.

1.Fewer decisions

The stress of not deciding what to wear in the morning helps them to make fewer decision

Barak Obama states that

“You will see that I wear only gray and blue suits. I am trying to pare down decisions. I don’t want to make decisions about what I wear or eat because I have too many other decisions to make.”

Mark Zukerburg once said to an audience

“I really want to clear my life so that I have to make as few decisions as possible about anything except how to best serve this community”

2.Less time wasted

Trimming down your fashion options will save you a lot of time

Author of “becoming Minimalist” Joshua Becker wrote in his article:

“It was almost 5 year ago that I experiment with project 333 – a personal experiment of wearing only 33 articles of clothes for over a period of 3 months. The project is simple, life-changing and widely beneficial. I quickly discovered one of the greatest benefits of limiting my wardrobe: the gift of time”

3.Less stress

For almost 4 years now the director of saatchi and saatchi Matilda has worn the same combination of white shirt and black pants

I did it because I realized how much time and energy I could save”

4.Less wasted energy

Famous Hollywood movie director Christopher Nolan stated

“It’s a waste of energy to choose what to wear every day”

5.Feeling put together

DenayeBarahona of Dallas Texas states:

“Pre-capsule, my wardrobe was like a cheese cake factory menu. It went on for days and it was over whelming. Most of my options didn’t wit right, didn’t look right, or I just plain didn’t like. On the other hand my capsule wardrobe is like a fine-dining restaurant. “

6.Iconic

Alice a New York based writer stated that it’s a cheaper way to feel famous and more iconic.


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