Posts tagged spice up a capsule wardrobe
An alternative approach to capsule wardrobes

Capsule wardrobes—you guys have been asking my opinion on them since day one.

And my answer has always been lukewarm.

There are traits capsule wardrobes use that are essential to the style I teach. And there are traits that can hold you back from your best style.

So I did what any strategist would do, and took the parts that I like, left the rest, added in my values and created an alternative approach to capsule wardrobes. One that I use for myself and my clients.

This alternative capsule wardrobe is for you if:

  • you want getting dressed to be simpler—but you also like your wardrobe to feel fun and creative
  • you want a signature style
  • you don’t like ambiguous rules or deadlines
  • you want to invest only in longterm style—only buying pieces you will love and wear for years to come

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5 Items to Upgrade in your wardrobe from Basic to Anything-but

Basic doesn’t mean boring. (But you already know that because you watched last week’s video.)

Today, I’m helping you take your basics to the next level by upgrading them from your average basic, to an equally versatile piece that will add interest and refinement to your looks.

And here’s why:

Whether you do the capsule wardrobe per se, or just practice wardrobe minimalism—you want to have key players in your closet. These key players are pieces you love to wear and remix easily regularly. (And having a closet full of key players is the opposite of one full of an overwhelming amount of clothes you wear sporadically.)

You need key players. And you have the opportunity to make these key players something meaningful for your style. (And totally transform your style as a whole in the process.)

Today’s video will give you 5 basics to upgrade from basic to compelling.


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