Capsule wardrobes are often associated with minimalist style, simple patterns, clean lines, and a neutral colour palette. While this particular aesthetic does fit the stereotypical capsule wardrobe mould, it’s important to remember that there is no singular universal capsule wardrobe, and no right or wrong way to attempt curating one. A capsule wardrobe can be full of clashing colours, prints, and textures. Creating a capsule wardrobe is more about finding your own personal style rather than defining what you wear by other peoples standards.
The essence of creating a capsule wardrobe is all about building a closet full of items that will still be in style when trends fade away, and being able to reach for pieces you’ll wear again and again. Here are some easy ways you can attempt to create your own capsule wardrobe:
– Spend time organising and decluttering your wardrobe to find what items you really love
– Once your wardrobe is more streamlined, create multiple outfits you can wear again and again with the same item
– Now fine-tune your choices even further ensuring you wear what you own as much as possible and choose pieces that are functional and make you smile
It’s that simple!
To really enjoy a less hectic wardrobe that overwhelms you when you look at it, opt out of buying fast fashion and giving in to the consumer centric world we live in. Instead choose to buy less and wear more, and when you do buy something new purchase higher quality items. Really think about what you wear and what’s in your wardrobe, all it takes is a little time and effort to create your very own capsule wardrobe.
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