Winter Capsule Wardrobe 2020

My Autumn Project 333 is finally over and I have to say, I’m pretty glad. It wasn’t awful or anything living with just 33 items in my wardrobe, but towards the last month i did start to miss a LOT of my wardrobe. I think that can only be a good thing, because it means I really love a lot of what I own, and I just wanted to wear it. November has been a bit cold on and off, so I have been eager to wear my cosier jumpers and coats.

I’ve finally decluttered and re-jigged my wardrobe in time for December 1st, and I’ve popped together a little vlog-type chatty video for you to have a nosey into my process. I’ll be sharing quite a few Winter Capsule videos over the next month or so, so if there’s anything in particular you’re eager to see, let me know in the comments.

The Pieces

I haven’t put a number on this Capsule as I don’t want it to be so restrictive. It’s Winter, and I need as much cosy clothes as possible. I counted roughly 40 pieces, which is still a small enough wardrobe in the grand scheme of things.

The Colour Palette

Once I had picked all the pieces I wanted to include in my wardrobe, I then looked at what colours were coming through. They all went quite well together, so I didn’t have to remove any. Below is the kind of proportions of my wardrobe that are made up of each colour. The blue and green are pretty different from the rest, but they’ll work well as little pops of colour when I’m feeling more brave and want to try some colour clashing.

I’ll be creating some more Winter Capsule content shortly, such as a Winter Workwear Styling Video, What’s in my Winter Capsule (try-on with all the pieces) and lots more Winter Styling videos. If you’re not already subscribed to my channel you can do so HERE.

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