Fall & Winter Capsule Wardrobe

Fashion, Lifestyle, Minimalism, simplicity, Slow Fashion, style

So, it’s about that time of year again…actually it’s past that time of year but better late than never! I didn’t do a capsule wardrobe for the summer because I found it to be too tedious. However, I did do a capsule wardrobe for the fall and the winter! Just a heads up, all of the garments that are seen are not all of the garments that I have, but the main clothes that I wear on a daily basis. I have also divided my wardrobe into three separate capsules which I will go into more detail about later. Lastly, I am still adding to my wardrobe slowly, but surely.

The majority of main capsule tops are sweaters. It’s a no-brainer that it can get cold out and you need some nice comfy and cozy sweaters to bundle up in. The rest of my pieces such as my chambray shirt and the graphic tee, I layer with cardigans, jackets, and/or scarves.

 

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Surprisingly, I only own three pairs of jeans (for fall/winter), which I think is plenty! I tend to wear my Lucky Brand jeans and my leggings at least 2-3 times a week. I’m working on adding some more dresses to my wardrobe, but I am super picky about the style of dress that I wear. For now, I own and wear two sweater dresses that I absolutely adore. I think I’ll be okay adding two more really good quality dresses here soon.

 

Bottoms & Dresses

I thought I would save my work and “going out” capsule for another post. Most of my work capsule includes some of the same items and my going out capsule is still a work in progress.

I stated earlier that these are just the clothes that I wear the most out of my wardrobe during this time of the year. The more I do capsules, the less clothing I buy every year. Many of the items seen above have been apart of my wardrobe for 3-4 years. However, I like to have options so that I don’t get sick of wearing the same thing over and over again.

Hopefully, this post made some sense to you all because I know I somewhat complicated the whole point of a capsule wardrobe. I’ve just been doing what works for me and I’m pretty happy with it!

Thanks for reading.

ChelsiKay

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