For the last few years I’ve been gradually introducing minimalism into my life (and my wardrobe). This year one of my resolutions was to buy only black clothes from only three brands (NIKE, COS, ECO). You can see it a little bit in my postcard.
I have not gathered any data during the week. I just analyzed my whole wardrobe on Sunday. It was a good opportunity to throw away some things. All in all, I have 66 pieces of clothing, including shoes, underwear and ties.
I really wanted to show the colour palette of my clothes. The postcard shows that black and dark blue dominate my minimalist wardrobe.
This week’s topic was a great opportunity to organize and clean my wardrobe. Very pragmatic!
I divided all my pieces of clothing into 4 categories: casual, elegant, sportswear, home&pyjamas. I wrote down the colour of each item (which was not difficult as most of my clothes are one-colour). It turned out that I have… 120 pieces of clothing. A lot… And maybe too much?
This chaotic visualization faithfully reflects my wardrobe’s entropy. I do not find it the most efficient data visualization, because you cannot see immediately which category is the biggest, but I think in case of my wardrobe it works 🙂