Less is more: the secret to creating a capsule wardrobe

Creating a capsule wardrobe is a great way to simplify your closet and make getting dressed in the morning easier. It means that everything in your closet has been chosen intentionally because it fits, works, and is ready to wear. 

Here are some steps to help you create a capsule wardrobe

1. Define your personal style: Think about the colors, patterns, and silhouettes you love and feel most comfortable in. 

2. Choose your basics: Choose a set of basic pieces that will form the foundation of your wardrobe. This can include items such as a white t-shirt, a pair of jeans, a black blazer, and a neutral-colored dress.

3. Add statement pieces: Once you have your basics, add a few statement pieces that reflect your personal style. This can include items such as a patterned blouse, a colorful scarf, or a bold necklace.

4. Mix and match: Make sure that all of the pieces in your capsule wardrobe can be mixed and matched. This will give you more outfit options and make it easier to get dressed in the morning.

5. Stick to a color scheme: Choose a color scheme for your capsule wardrobe and stick to it. This will ensure that all of the pieces in your wardrobe can be worn together.

6. Consider quality over quantity: Invest in high-quality pieces that will last for years rather than cheap items that will fall apart after a few wears.

7. Edit regularly: Review your capsule wardrobe every season and get rid of any items that no longer fit or are no longer your style.

Remember, the key to a successful capsule wardrobe is to choose pieces that you love and feel comfortable in, and that reflect your personal style. 

With this n mind, shop in your closet first, selecting items you already own and love. Move everything else to the back of the closet or into storage bins to reduce the clutter. When you’re ready to commit to your edited wardrobe truly, donate what didn’t make the cut.  

With a little bit of planning, you can create a wardrobe that is versatile, stylish, and easy to manage.  And I think you’ll agree that when it comes to getting ready in the morning, less is more!