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For Episode 4 Stevie Mackenzie-Smith and Ana Kinsella are talking routine. Fashion writer and curator Lou Stoppard tells us how to “curate” a wardrobe that makes sense for you (sorry, Lou) and we learn about wearing exclusively monochrome looks from radio producer and Soho resident Clare Lynch. Also, we hear some secrets on replenishment buying and discuss how to take care of your clothes, and yourself. Loved and Lost comes from writer Zsofia Paulikovics.  You can find Clare Lynch on Twitter at [@clarelynchred](https://twitter.com/clarelynchred) and hear her show Soho Hour on Soho Radio on Thursdays at 9am. Lou Stoppard is on [Twitter](https://twitter.com/loustoppard) and Instagram: [@loustoppard](https://www.instagram.com/loustoppard/) Zsofia is also on [Twitter](https://twitter.com/paulikovics) and Instagram [@paulikovics](https://www.instagram.com/paulikovics/). Send us your thoughts on multipacks, laundry piles and must-have repeat buys via email [email protected] or via Instagram DM: [instagram.com/layers.podcast](http://instagram.com/layers.podcast) We’ll be posting images from this episode there.  If you liked today’s show, please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts, or share the episode with a friend. Music: E's Jammy Jams - Arabian Sand (via YouTube Music Library), Blue Dot Sessions - The Shoes They Wear (via Free Music Archive), Jupiter Makes Me Scream - Routine (via Free Music Archive), Blue Dot Sessions - Grand Caravan (via Free Music Archive), Aaron Lieberman - Gypsy Stroll (via YouTube Music Library) Production by Lucy Dearlove.

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