Tuesday, November 25, 2014

November Capsule Roundup

It's hard to believe it's already nearing the end of the third month of having a capsule wardrobe. When I started this, I wondered if by now I'd be ready to return to a closet full of clothes or if a capsule is something I'd want to continue. Echoing what I've said the last two months, it's something I'd like to stick with, at least for now. Like I mentioned last month, I'm not going to start my winter capsule in December. Instead, I'll use next month as a time to transition my current wardrobe and also narrow down the things I'll need for January through March. I'll be using a lot of what I already have, but I'd also like to add a few more pieces, because you know how much I love a good post-Christmas sale!

Here are a few favorite looks from November, each one showcasing an element or two I love right now. Be sure to check out some more capsule wardrobe looks at In Residence and Just Jacq

Look 1: Pop of Bright Color


Look 2: Boots and Button-ups



Look 3: Cozy Layered Dresses



Look 4: Neutral Mixed Prints



 What are your favorite combinations right now? 

14 comments:

  1. That's awesome that you are going to stick with it. I don't know if I could do it. But of course you need to shop a few Christmas sales!

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  2. Wow! I can't believe it's been three months of a capsule wardrobe for you already! That's awesome! I am very impressed with how you've been doing so far! But yes, Christmas sales will be a must, you have to reward yourself a little bit! My favorite combo right now has been colored pants, sweater and a scarf I think!

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  3. Still loving that bright blazer- what a find!
    I cannot believe we're almost in DECEMBER. Where is the year going?!

    -Ashley
    http://lestylorouge.com

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  4. You did such a great job and had so many nice remixes. Your shoe collection is enviable. Glad you're going forward with the capsule wardrobe and you're smart to wait until January. I look forward to seeing those outfits as well.

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  5. I wasn't sure either, but I really enjoy it (surprisingly). I just hope everyone doesn't get bored with the frequent repetition of pieces. Hopefully everyone loves remixing :)


    thanks!

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  6. I know, 3 months, crazy!! And thanks!
    Yes, I will be ready to SHOP by the time Christmas rolls around. I may need to get another pair of colored pants too--I love them and my cropped blue pair won't really work when it's really cold.

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  7. Thanks Ashley! Yes, I know...how the heck is it almost the end of the year already!?

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  8. Thanks Megan! I'm glad you liked the remixes. :) I was just saying to Two Birds that I worry sometimes my wardrobe repeats/remixes will start to get boring since I'm working with a limited amount of clothing.

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  9. i've been thinking about doing the capsule wardrobe - you make it look so practical and fun. probably need to start after the baby comes, but, ya know, i'm inspired. esp. with the layered dresses!

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  10. I'm thinking the same thing on the winter transition... good time to transition things around and think ahead for winter. Plus while I think the planning paid off, it really was a lot of work to put together the capsule, so I'm going to need the time to figure things out here! Plus some good sale shopping :)


    Your cozy layered dress ideas are definitely an inspiration for my next go-round! Loved that post. Pop of leopard is going to stay one of my favorite combos I think, but pop of color is a good one for the dreary winter months!

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  11. Thanks!! It has been pretty fun I think. You should totally join in, but I think you'll already be doing a sort of capsule wardrobe with the maternity wear no doubt! :)

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  12. I totally agree, I need more time to get the next capsule ready! I feel like November has flown by.
    And thanks! I love a good pop of leopard too!

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  13. i look forward to these capsule reflections! great picks!

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