Last week, Marie Kondo, the woman who taught us all to throw away things that don't bring joy, announced that she is launching a Goop-like lifestyle website that will sell things for our homes – wait for it – . (One of those storage containers her website is $ 45; & # 39; A tea holder cost $ 200.) But the timing of Kondo is actually a perfect way – stylish women are all about things now. Just check out their Instagram feeds, where they post selfies, surrounded by heaps of garments, empty take-away containers and all kinds of medicine cabinet staples.
& # 39; I literally have & # 39; a ketchup bottle on my bedside table right now, & # 39; says Taylor Trudon, 30, a writer in Brooklyn who calls herself the anti-Marie Kondo. She has an outfit selfies with water bottles that litter the floor with tangled ropes in plain view. & # 39; People are not interested in seeing this perfectly constructed grid. It's about giving yourself permission to be a little more human. "