Unravel your style

Simplify

Feel Fantastic

Unravel your style

Simplify

Feel Fantastic

Describing Your Wardrobe

If you're working on Step 2: Analyze what's left, or need help at any point with coming up with descriptive words for fashion, here is a list of adjectives to get you accustomed with fashion-specific vocabulary. This list is by no means exhaustive, but it's here to help you get in the creative mindset for describing what you see. Enjoy! Style Types: bohemian, classic, modern, flashy, tailored,...

Step 2: Analyze what’s left.

WARNING: Abstract/deep thinking ahead. In capsule wardrobing, a lot of people go through the first step, Edit Your Closet, throw out a ton of stuff and then get completely stuck as what to do next. If you skip analyzing what did and didn't work from your old closet, then you're going to miss out on some valuable information to help you build your new wardrobe! Grab a notebook and pen (or...

Step 1: Edit your closet.

In order to build up your new wardrobe, we need to tear down and analyze the old one. For some people, this is the hardest step. It may require completely letting go of some things you emotionally aren’t ready to let go of. I’ll go ahead and be upfront about this: if you’re looking to capsule wardrobe, it’s most likely because you’re completely unhappy with your current wardrobe, which means a...

Describing Your Wardrobe

If you're working on Step 2: Analyze what's left, or need help at any point with coming up with descriptive words for fashion, here is a list of adjectives to get you accustomed with fashion-specific vocabulary. This list is by no means exhaustive, but it's here to...

Step 2: Analyze what’s left.

WARNING: Abstract/deep thinking ahead. In capsule wardrobing, a lot of people go through the first step, Edit Your Closet, throw out a ton of stuff and then get completely stuck as what to do next. If you skip analyzing what did and didn't work from your old closet,...

Step 1: Edit your closet.

In order to build up your new wardrobe, we need to tear down and analyze the old one. For some people, this is the hardest step. It may require completely letting go of some things you emotionally aren’t ready to let go of. I’ll go ahead and be upfront about this: if...

How to build your capsule wardrobe

The thing to keep in mind about starting a capsule wardrobe is that at some point during the process, you’re going to be on the struggle bus. Besides the fact that we’re overhauling an entire mini-room in your house, we’re also digging deep into who you are as a...

What is a capsule wardrobe?

Maybe you’ve seen the term “capsule wardrobe” thrown around and vaguely have a sense for what it is. Maybe you’re like me and you came across it while looking for ways to simplify your life or update your style. Whatever search led you here, chances are that a capsule...

Benefits of a Capsule Wardrobe, Part 2

Continuing with Benefits of a Capsule Wardrobe, Part 1, the following are more abstract ways Capsule Wardrobes basically solve all problems, ever: Streamlines your style So many people are unsure of how to successfully implement a certain look they’ve seen and love....

Benefits of a Capsule Wardrobe, Part 1

The moment I knew I would dedicate myself to building a capsule wardrobe was when I came across a random blog during a particularly epic “down the rabbit hole” session of google searches on the topic. I wish I could remember where I read it, but it basically said “It...

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That moment when you’re walking down the street and you see an impeccably dressed woman who looks like she stepped out of Allure magazine. And you immediately kind of hate her guts.

 

You’re probably wondering where she gets the time. You’re probably assuming she inherited some kind of fashion-expert gene that you weren’t born with. You also probably want to know where she got her super-cute boots. Totally normal. If you feel like these mystery strangers look amazingly put together while you’re left feeling frumpy, then that comes from a disconnect between embodying your personal style and the clothes you actually own. This is not surprising when the average shopping experience for a woman is price-driven and leaves you in sensory overload. Add that to a lack of confidence about what works for you and you’ve got a guaranteed recipe for a lack of cohesion in your closet. Building a capsule wardrobe is a minimalist approach to curating style that helps you cut through all the crazy so you can find out what really works for your body, style, and lifestyle.

 

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