So I’ve been working on my fall and winter wardrobe since the end of the summer… Yes, I’ve been excited about the change of the seasons and all the magical holidays that come along with it! With that being said, I decided to create a feminine capsule wardrobe to keep things consistent, easy on the budget, and still full of options. Today I will show you how to create your own feminine capsule wardrobe that will take you through the fall and winter season!
Pick a color palette
To keep your wardrobe consistent decide on a color palette. Try to choose colors that compliment one another so that you will be able to mix and match items for the maximum amount of outfit options. My favorite colors are pink and white so I choose lots of pinks, mauves, creams, and whites which pair beautifully together in my opinion.
Create your outfit sets
Create at least 3 sets of clothing. Each set will consist of 2 skirts, 1 cardigan/blazer/jacket, and 3 tops. Each set will give you 12 outfits which total 36 outfit options. If you chose complimenting colors you can then interchange your selections for at least 200+ outfit options. That’s more than enough outfits to get you through the fall and winter!
I love pairing midi length skirts with a fitted knit top or classic turtleneck. The fitted style of the top matches a full A-line midi skirt perfectly.
Transitioning to a winter wardrobe
Invest in a few pairs of tights or knit leggings to transition your wardrobe to the winter. You can wear them underneath your skirts to keep your legs nice and warm while still maintaining your feminine style. Fleece lined legging are especially nice on very cold days and are better than any pair of jeans in my opinion because they don’t absorb the chill like a pair of jeans will. How many of you have ever worn jeans on a cold day then sat down just to have the jeans send a chill through your entire body? Not a pleasant experience!
Shop winter leggings & tights
I hope the above tips inspired you on how to build your very own feminine capsule wardrobe for the fall and winter. What’s your favorite feminine wardrobe staple? Let me know in the comments below! ♥