Summer Capsule Wardrobe 2022 – Project 333

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We’re currently in the middle of a huge home renovation project so unfortunately I wasn’t able to make a capsule wardrobe video this season. So here is my summer capsule in picture form! I also like this format because it can be nice to visualize everything together.

I definitely wouldn’t say this is my best capsule. Many of my favourite summer pieces no longer fit (like sadly my two summer-staple jumpsuits) and because we’re working on the new house most days, shorts and a tee are my go-to outfit. It’s a more practical and less “fun” capsule wardrobe, however I still included some of my favourite dresses and a few colours so things don’t get boring.

While I no longer aim for exactly 33 items (most of my capsules are 30-35 pieces) this one came out to a nice 33 including the 3 pairs of shoes I wear during the summer. I’m also waiting on a tank top to arrive which is the gap.

Items in my Summer 2022 Capsule Wardrobe

Tops

Teal bra/crop tank – Free Label
Black tank top – secondhand
Grey wool tee – Sheep Inc.
White tee – Miakoda
Asymmetrical green tee – handmade
Cropped tee – Anne Mulaire
Cropped puff-sleeve top – Valani
Black tee – Organic Basics (watch a review here)
Black wrap top – Matter

Bottoms

Jean shorts – Frank And Oak
Linen shorts – handmade
Linen skirt – Son de flor
Printed pants – Tamga
Blue bike shorts – Girlfriend
Beige joggers – tentree
Plaid pants – handmade
Black pocket leggings – Encircled

Dresses

Green linen dress – LA Relaxed
Purple hemp dress – Son de flor
Linen wrap dress – Son de flor
Orange/Red Maxi dress – handmade
Grey tee dress – Kowtow

Layers

Grey hoodie – tentree
White jacket – old
Brown raincoat – secondhand
Red printed robe – Tamga
Jean jacket – secondhand
Beige cardigan – old

Accessories & Shoes

Navy hat – tentree
Beige hat – old
Cork sandals – Nae Vegan Shoes
Running shoes – Allbirds
Heel sandals – secondhand

  1. Julia
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    I love mixing my thrifted items with quality basics for my capsule wardrobe! My go-to’s right now are basics from ANA + ZAC, as they are quality pieces made from pima cotton and ethically made in Peru. Bonus points as it’s a Canadian company too!!

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