Today, I’m thrilled to share my spring (and summer!) capsule wardrobe. If you haven’t read the previous two posts on capsule wardrobes, definitely check them out! First let me say, I thought of a million reasons NOT to share this. I am NOT a fashion blogger. My pictures are literally all from my iPhone and mostly pics I rushed to take during one of Vivi’s naps. My criteria for clothes is comfortable and makes me feel good. That doesn’t
Today I wanted to share with you the thought process behind how I actually picked my capsule wardrobe. It can be tough to figure out where to start, especially when you might have a closet packed to the gills to begin with. I already mentioned in yesterday’s capsule wardrobe post, I highly recommend using Caroline’s worksheet. Here’s how I answered some of the sections to help get you started: 1. Lifestyle – Your activities divided into a piechart! How fun!
WHAT IS A CAPSULE WARDROBE? A capsule wardrobe is a minimalist approach to your closet. There were two sources that I got a lot of information from. I first heard about it from Project 333 which defines their capsule wardrobe as 33 pieces for 3 months. While I was still trying to create my own (getting started is harder than it looks!), Caroline of Caroline Joy Photography started a blog Unfancy and created a super helpful tool to creating your capsule