winter 2016 capsule wardrobe
spring 2016 capsule wardrobe
The premise is you have 10 core items that are the workhorses of your wardrobe, items like jeans, dresses, and structured tops. These are the clothes you wear every day in heavy rotation.
And then you have extras - t-shirts, leggings, coats, special occasion wear, church clothes, etc.
I love this idea of having a small, beautiful, workable wardrobe. In my 10 item wardrobe pictured below everything mixes and matches so well. Literally, all the tops go with all the bottoms. Getting dressed is fun - and easy - and I feel put together on the most harried of days.
This little collection of clothes was spontaneously organized because we are having the mildest winter, and it looks like spring will be, too. My winter clothes were just not working! I can count one hand the number of times I wore a coat.
In attempt to align my clothing with the weather, I purchased a few tops, a new pair of white jeans, and my mom bought me a dress. Combined with some items I already owned and ....
Ta-da! I feel so refreshed!
My 10 items
2 light sweaters
1 long cardigan
3 pairs of jeans
A huge goal of mine is to wear more dresses and skirts as we move into the warmer months. I hardly own any dresses because last year I was nursing a baby and the year before I was pregnant. So I will slowly buy them as the budget allows.
I really enjoyed wearing dresses while pregnant.
I will wear this winter to spring wardrobe probably through the end of April. I kept the sweaters in because temperatures will be all over the place, and we will most likely have a handful of very cool mornings. In my extras, I have t-shirts for warm days and coats for cold ones.
What do you think? Would you have a 10 item wardrobe?
To give you a little more information about the 10 item wardrobe, Jennifer L. Scott has a fantastic TED talk.