Minimalism Will Empty Your Closet But Not Your Bank

The minimalist trend has bitten deeply into certain closets across the world. It’s not just a bleak world view causing the trend, although that is certainly part of it. Then too, there is a tang of the survivalist fervor in the downsizing of personal possessions. The decision is an economic one certainly, but it also has to do with keeping the quality possessions. It is a cut and slash mentality in a mad dash effort to obtain a better, healthier, and so-much-happier lifestyle. This is spring cleaning gone stark raving berserk.

Gushing consumerism is a bad thing no matter who is doing it. Some members of society want all waste and excess to be avoided. They believe choices should be limited. When the minimalist is, at last, bare-boned, they will feel free, light, and happy according to PopSugar. The more extreme proponents evolve themselves a uniform of sorts, which is their signature outfit. It was a book that actually sparked this fairly rabid movement toward minimalism. “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” sounds innocent enough, but apparently not. It is a book about decluttering, written by Marie Kondo.

So you’ll be needing shoes, boots, and maybe a cute scarf to go with that. Minimalism cries out for accessories. JustFab is an e-commerce vendor that calls itself a lifestyle fashion company. It was founded in 2010, to offer affordable high fashion.

JustFab sells jewelry and denim as well as shoes and boots. Also, for premium customers, JustFab offers a subscription program on its VIP plan. On this plan, all of the items are $39.95. The customer can pick a product or skip a month, providing they do it by the payment date. Otherwise, their credit card gets charged, and the customer has a credit on their account. The VIP plan can be canceled at any time. The company offers free shipping when the amount is over $39.

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