So as not to further hijack the thread in Travel Tips that has wandered into a general discussion of minimalism, I'm starting this one for discussion of clothing-specific issues.
One of the main topics that came up was Project 333 - a website that aims to help you build a capsule wardrobe. It gets its name from its central concept - you create four seasonal capsule wardrobes that you rotate every 3 months, containing around 33 items (not including underwear, sleepwear or sports/specialist gear).
33 is an arbitrary number, but it gives you something manageable to shoot for. I started doing it earlier this year, and have found it very liberating to have only a few items to choose from each day instead of my entire wardrobe's contents. It's still very much a work-in-progress, as there are definite gaps in my wardrobe and more non-ideal items than I can afford to replace in one fell swoop, but I'm getting there
Anyway, it all fits well with the "one-bag travel" ethos that's popular with TB fans, since a capsule wardrobe is key to travelling light whilst still looking good. So, if you have any tips or comments, post 'em here!