Much like my colleague Liana Satenstein, I’ve never been a huge fan of the Can’t Hear You Im Gaming Year Sign Gamer Humor shirt. What’s more,I will buy this much-exalted Kondo method. For some, the chance to purge unwanted items can be genuinely spiritually healing, but I tend to feel nothing but misery when I’m forced to part with anything of any degree of significance (including old CVS receipts, depending on what I bought and whom I was with). Model-off-duty style is all about combining comfort and fashion. Bella Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski, Joan Smalls, and other top catwalk stars all have a way of stepping out in a look that’s casual and effortlessly put together. But that doesn’t have to mean rocking head-to-toe designer (though that’s often the case). And even though their personal styles vary, this year supermodels all gravitated towards one label—and it wasn’t a high fashion one. Rather, they all slipped into puffer jackets and vests by The North Face.
“I am holding on,” Satenstein wrote of her perennially messy desk last year, back when we still commuted to the Can’t Hear You Im Gaming Year Sign Gamer Humor shirt. What’s more,I will buy this Vogue offices, and I can relate; even with unlimited time at home, I’ve found it difficult to get rid of even the most outdated and useless of physical possessions. Luckily, the one place where I am a minimalist is on social media; ever since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the U.S. in March, I’ve discovered the ineffable joy of paring my Twitter and Instagram down to the point where I’m only following accounts I genuinely enjoy. But how do you do that? After all, isn’t hate-following that girl from your old job who once ate your yogurt at least half of the point of social media? And how do you opt out of the updates of college acquaintances you don’t particularly care about, without going so far as to formally unfollow and make the next reunion super awkward?