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How To Build A Substantial Capsule Wardrobe
2018-08-08

Many girls, including me, are passionate about shopping. We can always buy something for a variety of reasons, such as bad mood, distraction, and a big sale. Later, the wardrobe becomes brimming, but we are getting disappointed. I bought so many clothes and spend a lot of money, but there are not a few pieces I wear constantly. Worse, I still have to worry about what to wear every day.  A concept is born at the right moment – a full wardrobe is not as good as a compact capsule wardrobe.



Capsule wardrobe, which refers to the fixed number of clothes set up in the season, and they can be combined in various occasions. Fashion blogger Caroline is a fan of the capsule wardrobe. In the eyes of Caroline, it’s best to buy some versatile basic items such as T-shirts, white shirts, and jeans. She proposed two practices worthy of reference for simplifying the wardrobe. One is to reduce the clothes that are bought for fashion, and to increase the clothes that suit your style; another is not to indulge in photos. If you have a capsule wardrobe, it will definitely save a lot of time, energy, and money. It only takes three steps to implement.




Ⅰ. Define Your Style

The first thing is having an understanding of yourself. You can define your style according to your usual dressing habits. If you’re not sure, go shopping with girlfriends and listen to their opinions. Moreover, take a picture of yourself every day. Look at what you look good in, and which items of clothing in your wardrobe are most versatile.




Ⅱ. Make A Clean Break With Something You Don’t Need


Straighten up your wardrobe and make a clean break with something you don’t need anymore. It is more appropriate to clear the inappropriate ones. Ask yourself three questions: is this item that I want to wear when I open my wardrobe? Can it be combined in more than three ways? Does it suit me? If not, throw away. Don’t think that you will wear those clothes in the future. You don’t wear it now, you won’t wear it later.




Ⅲ. Fit Your Lifestyle


Clothes should not only suit you, but also fit your lifestyle. Everyone enjoys a different life and the proportion of clothes is different. Simply put, if you like fitness, there are more casual clothes in the closet; if you spend most of your time at work, on a business trip, business attire should be a big part of your wardrobe. Take two weeks as an example to think about your lifestyle, so you know how to build your own capsule wardrobe.






Write down everything you want to buy. But don’t forget the most important principle of the capsule wardrobe – one piece can pair with various other pieces.



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