For reference, I have since last year been cataloguing my outfits, however, only this year I started counting the wear on my handbags. For more accuracy, I will definitely be adding accessories in the future and as some of my handbags were purchased (and extensively) worn for years before, I have amended the cost price to reflect that. This is not entirely accurate but gives me a somewhat an idea of how much the items have been worn. As this post will be a lot of numbers and words and I can’t possibly think of a way to show these items on other than as part of a future project, I will refer you to my Capsule Wardrobe Pinterest board that features the majority of my wardrobe. Continue reading “Analysing Most Worn Pieces in my Wardrobe”
Building a capsule wardrobe is not something you can do one Sunday afternoon. In fact, if you’re very demanding when it comes to fashion shopping, it will take a while but eventually, you end up with a wardrobe that consists only of pieces that clearly reflect your style. If that sounds good, here are a few steps to follow. Continue reading “How To Build A Capsule Wardrobe”
I’ve never had a big closet but in the past year or so, I’ve definitely come a long way in terms of finding a style that represents how I want to dress but also, the whole concept of capsule wardrobe has taught me how to structure my wardrobe properly. What is a capsule wardrobe? For me it’s just my wardrobe. One that consists solely of pieces that I love. And what I love is quality, elegance and monochrome. Continue reading “Capsule Wardrobe 101”
Let’s talk capsule wardrobes! Yup, I’m excited! There is all the talk about having the right foundation for your wardrobe and I think that’s a particularly great way to do it if you’re looking into starting a capsule. Today, I’m sharing you a concept I found on Into Mind and I think it’s a really clever way of sorting out those essentials in your closet.