Happy Monday friends! I’m starting to plan for my fall capsule wardrobe, even though the weather has gone back up to summer-esque proportions this week. I recently pulled all of my autumn clothing out of storage, and began to evaluate what I wanted to keep, get rid of, and purchase for the new season. Unfortunately a few of my pieces were attacked by some moths with expensive taste, so I’m anticipating having to replace a few more pieces than usual. While I’ll be thrifting and sewing several items, I also want to purchase from a few ethical brands this fall, both so that I can try them out, and so I can share my experiences with you. Here are some of the pieces I’m eyeing for autumn!
As the winter season approaches, I’ve found myself drawn to certain accessories in blue, grey, and cream colors. I love adding extra accessories in the winter to play up the layered looks I usually end up wearing, and today I want to share a few current favorites– two cold weather pieces, and some jewelry. These pieces compliment my simple wardrobe perfectly, and I love the interest they add to a look.
Let’s talk icy tones and a touch of sparkle!
I love wardrobe staples that can be mixed up across all four seasons, and today I wore an outfit that was entirely made up of pieces I wear all year! Basics are awesome for pairing with statement pieces, but I also love how they look together for a more simple and casual look. Today’s look is a combination of a striped shirt, anorak jacket, and jeans. These are pieces I always have in my capsule, so today I’m sharing how I style them for the autumn and winter seasons!
Because basic doesn’t have to mean boring, does it?
Fall has taken it’s own sweet time in coming this year, but it’s finally cooling down, and I’m all finished putting together my fall capsule wardrobe! I’m so pleased with how the pieces in my closet came together this season, and I’m beginning to see how capsule wardrobes have helped me figure out what my style is and how I like dressing. It’s so great to look in my closet and only see pieces I love! This season my wardrobe consists of 35 pieces.