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  1. [...] Tiny Living:  Creating a Minimalist Wardrobe with Project 333 – Includes photos of Sara’s 33 items (and a few outfit photos, too!) and insights on what she’s learned after two months of doing Project 333. [...]

  2. [...] From tiny living to tiny wardrobe  [...]

  3. […] These choices don’t come without consequences. Because a section of the living room is taken up by bikes, our seating consists of just one small couch. When friends come over, we pull out the  folding chairs.  The washer-dryer means that there is less room for clothes — forcing me to keep my wardrobe paired down.  You can see my minimalist wardrobe here. […]

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