With inputs from Navni Bhatia & Gayatri Sood
Ever repeated the same outfit even twice a week to work?
No man, I have a reputation at work, are you delusional? #workaholicswag
There exist 3 such pioneers who have wardrobe repetition swagger (own hi-tech machines with pre-installed dryers) #YOLO
Matilda Kahl has been rocking her days at a creative advertising agency with the same outfit from the past 3 years. Having a uniform and with one less choice to make during the whole day can definitely buy her time to have an extra meal. #Savestime&energy
Click..click…click on the phone, on the laptop while getting fresh or travelling in the car. When we can’t go a minute without checking our Facebook profile then giving Mark Zuckerberg a leverage of wearing his same grey tee every day to work shouldn’t be an issue for us, as he quotes “I am not a cool person, and I’ve never really tried to be cool.”
Known for his unvarying signature look unlike most corporate executives cause he be the co-founder of Apple. #ImmaBeSTEVEJOBS
What do you wear to work, sir?
Suit and tie?
Nope! Just a black mock turtleneck, blue jeans and new balance sneakers and look where they got me ;)
Here is some A-mazing news for all our readers that ED is carrying out its minimalistic wardrobe campaign inspired from these 3 famous personalities, where we asked few people to send in their choice of attire they are happy to wear to work every day at least for the next one year. #ItsGoodToBeDifferent
So, the benefits in going minimalistic in our wardrobes are broadly:
- Helps avoid picking on our brain cells every morning for a new robe.
- Save money on bulk buys. *go simple*
- Textile wastage is a thing of the past.
- Gossip Girls be gone!
Views presented in the article are those of the author and not of ED.