What is Minimalism?
In some culture, the idea of minimalism was established in ancient times, and they are expressed not only in relations to things but also in the way we think. Simplicity, modesty and having a careful attitude toward nature are important life basics in these countries.
This was also reflected in their choices of clothing. They use natural, quality fabrics, simple forms and organic prints.
Minimalism is not about saving money and being cheap. Minimalism is about rational and reasonable consumption, freeing space from unnecessary things and unnecessary details.
That is why we at Samprada design classic, timeless styles in clothing.
Things are found faster when left in their space. OVERLOAD of things leads to distraction and ruins concentration. Most of these extra items are not used at all. Organizing your space and wardrobe also helps to organize your thoughts in the mind, As they say “Order in the house leads to order in the mind”.
- SAVE TIME, MONEY AND NATURAL RESOURCES
By buying good, high quality items, you use them longer which also suggests that you care about the environment. Minimalists spend less money not because they are stingy but because they question themselves before buying and make decisions rationally. For e.g. Natural Dyed clothes still remain beautiful after several washes.
- LESS IS MORE
Learn to enjoy the simple things in life. The less unnecessary things you have at home and work, the less distracted you'll be. Lessening the things results in having more time, space, money, and enjoyment in life.
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