Searching for a quick beach read, travel companion or just a lazy Sunday morning spoil? Look no further! These books are light and enjoyable while keeping the aspiring minimalist you informed.
- The Curated Closet by Anuschka Rees: Is your wardrobe jam-packed and yet you have absolutely nothing to wear? In the Curated Closet, style writer Anuschka Rees presents a fascinatingly strategic approach to identifying, refining and expressing your personal style and building the ideal wardrobe to match it, with style and shopping strategies that we could use every day. You will learn to shop smarter and more selectively, master outfit formulas and color palettes, tweak your wardrobe for work, assess garment fit and quality like a pro.
- Worn Stories by Emily Spivak: In this book, Emily has collected over sixty clothing-inspired stories that are sartorial memoirs. This book is perfect if you are into first-person narratives. Read about the special life experiences from well-known artists and creatives and no, you don’t have to be into fashion or style to enjoy this book. From stories that will tickle your humor bone to stories that will make you wonder, this book will be oh so relatable to all.
- The End of Nature by Bill McKibben: This book is Bill McKibben’s classic pieces on the environmental crisis in the world and his reviews on progress and ground lost in the mission to save the earth. It is a heartfelt plea for absolute and life-reviving change much needed today. A light read which is thought-provoking!
- Spark Joy by Marie Kondo: Need some extra motivation for tidying up? Then it’s guaranteed that you just won’t get enough of this book! This book presents an in-depth, illustration manual on how to declutter and organize specific items throughout the house. User-friendly line drawings illustrate Marie’s folding method as it applies to shirts, pants, socks as well as images of properly organized drawers, closets, and cabinets. After reading this book, you will definitely become a tidying pro with a new skill for life.
- The Eco Chic Guide To Life- How to be fabulously green by Starre Vartan: This book is a fresh handbook for people who aim to maintain a sustainable green lifestyle without having to make unfeasible sacrifices. This book is bound to be your go-to for vegan cocktail recipes and all the way from how to make your own toothpaste to sustainable travel tips!
- Wear No Evil by Greta Eagan: Ever wondered if you can do good while wearing good? Well, Greta Eagan’s book has all the answers and will guide you throughout the book. It’s a refreshing and a practical handbook that will prove to be one that you will credit for the change in the way you see fashion and our planet.
- Zero Waste Home by Bea Johnson: Stylist and completely relatable, Zero Waste Home is a practical, step-by-step guide that gives readers the tools and tips to improve their overall health, save money and time, and achieve a brighter future for their families- and the planet.
- The More of Less by Joshua Becker: This book delivers an empowering plan for living more by owning less. With practical suggestions and encouragement to personalise your own minimalist style, Becker helps you to recognize the life-giving benefits of owning less, realize how all the stuff you own is keeping you from pursuing your dreams, craft a personal, practical approach to decluttering your home and life, and learn why the best part of minimalism isn’t a clean house, but a full life.