Last Updated on September 16, 2021
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Time for another capsule wardrobe! I’m pretty excited for spring and have brought a few lighter colours into my closet through natural dyeing (which I’ll be doing a video about later). Here are the pieces I have in my spring capsule wardrobe:
- Knit tank – handknit
- Velvet bodysuit – Underprotection (read a brand review)
- Purple silk tee – secondhand/dyed
- Navy tee – Lanius
- Black tee – Funktion Schnitt
- Grey jumper – People Tree
- Flower shirt – Amour Vert & dyed
- Grey/brown sweater – Izzy Lane
- Black sweatshirt – Dedicated*
- Long shirt – ArmedAngels
- Plaid draped shirt – secondhand
- Beige cardigan – old
- Gold/green jacket – secondhand
- Brown jacket – handmade
- White jacket – old
- Denim jacket – secondhand
- Grey jacket – Näz
- Black pants – People Tree
- Light jeans – MUD Jeans* (I will be replacing these this season)
- Wool trousers – secondhand
- Linen skirt – NotPerfectLinen* (read more about my love of linen)
- Yellow skirt – handmade & dyed
- Ikat jumpsuit – Matter Prints* (more about ikat and the jumpsuit)
- Black dress – People Tree
- Tee dress – Kowtow
- Tank dress – old
- Draped wool dress – secondhand
- Beige purse – Angela & Roi
- Backpack – Matt & Nat (please read why I no longer support Matt & Nat)
- Black hat – secondhand
My capsule wardrobe is adapted from the Project 333 challenge. Over the course of creating many capsule wardrobes I’ve been fine-tuning them to figure out what works best for me. Last year I decided to no longer include shoes as part of my capsule wardrobe, I feel I have a good core “shoe capsule” and the one thing I occasionally seemed to miss was a certain pair of shoes. This has worked well this last year and I will continue to have a separate shoes from my wardrobe. My “shoe capsule” includes a pair of boots, heeled boots, sneakers, sandals, slip-ons, heels and athletic/running shoes.
I also no longer try to hit a specific number, just build a wardrobe I think would work well. It usually ends up being 30-35 pieces, often on the higher end in the fall/winter and lower in spring/summer.
Hope you have a beautiful spring! 🌼🌷
Pretty but buying 17 or 18 new items per season is in no way ecological.
I’m not sure how you got the impression I buy that much? Typically I might have 3-5 new additions to a capsule wardrobe.
Hi, I am quite interested on the way you are arranging wardrobes. I wanted to ask you which app you are using to mix and match the clothes. And after u take pictures to your piece of cloth how do you trim the picture and upload it to the app. If you please explain that step by step.
I don’t use an app, I just take a photo on a white wall and edit them a bit and put them together in photoshop.