About Me

teeclutter
(ti:ˈklʌtə) [tee-kluht-er] 
to simplify, making things less complex.


Thank you so much for taking the time to view my blog, I hope you like what you’ve seen so far.  A little bit about myself - my name is Thaarani, Tee for short, a mother to a 5-year-old, married and living in South East London. 

Having always worked around clothes from shop floor sales to head office buying, Tee-clutter has allowed me to combine my passion for clothes into a blog.  Tee-clutter (derived from the word declutter) is a blog to help simplify and remove unnecessary items that you don't need or make you happy. Tee-clutter is about showing you inspiration from myself and others on how to wear types of clothing that may be sitting in your wardrobe. I try to simplify my topics and make sense out of fashion and beauty that may be confusing to some. My topics are brief, keeping it simple just like my style. It's about finding what suits you and discovering what your signature style is. 

I get inspiration from everyday people, street style, bloggers and celebrities. I am no fashion expert but learning new things all the time and I hope my blog inspires you to try new things out. I believe you should always wear what you feel comfortable in and you don't have to follow the trends to be stylish, most of the time anything goes when you have confidence.


"Style is very personal. It has nothing to do with fashion. Fashion is over quickly. Style is forever." - Ralph Lauren



Get in touch via email on teeclutter@gmail.com for any enquiries 



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The opinions expressed on www.teeclutter.com are mine and not those of any advertiser, company, affiliate or group. Please understand I am not an expert in any field and, therefore, please do not consider my opinions to substitute for sound professional advice. This is a personal blog and any information provided on and taken from this blog is at your own risk. I am not responsible for the actions of advertisers on my blog.

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