Casual Winter Capsule Wardrobe
With every season comes different styles, colors, prints to trends. And every season, we have to update our wardrobe to reflect the season's change.
But that doesn’t mean an entirely new wardrobe each season.
It is very easy to get sucked into buying things “just because.” But most of the time, that always results in a one-time wear or you have to continue to shop for single outfits that will go with these pieces.
If you’re breaking the bank to feel stylish and fabulous, you don’t need to. You can look and feel good without spending a lot of money every season. This, however, depends on the status of your current wardrobe. Is it filled with a bunch of random items, single outfits to those one-time wears? If you so, you may need to invest a little more to avoid having to continue this cycle.
The best place to begin is with your basics. Your basics are the pieces you need to create new and different outfits around your single outfits to your one-time wears and also allow you to wear the same clothes differently, so you do not always have to spend money on new clothes any time you want a new outfit.
Once you have your basics, you can add anything you want!
Every season I create a collection of wardrobe building eBooks that provide you with a wardrobe plan and outfits for the entire season. They break down what to purchase, give you different style outfits, links to shop and different ways to dress them up and dress them down.
I added a new section into my winter eBooks which shows you which pieces to transition over from fall. Helping you to save money, get more out of what you invested in the previous season and what to focus on spending on for the new season.
Looking good does not require breaking the bank!
Creating A Casual Winter Capsule Wardrobe
There is no need to mistake casual for feeling thrown together. Sure, you can throw together an outfit quickly and still look and feel good with the right set of essentials and knowing how to mix and match your pieces to put together different outfits.
Why can't you look great in a pair of sneakers or a sweatshirt? You definitely can!
Heels are not required to look and feel good about your style. And there are pieces you'll want to have in your wardrobe so casual doesn't feel sloppy.
Tips on making casual chic:
1. Focus on your essentials that have some flair
2. Mix in different colors and prints
3. Don't only focus on casual pieces
4. Add a few dressier pieces to provide a polished look to your casual outfits
5. Mix and match different textures
6. Elevate your essentials with this seasons trends
7. Add a pop of color or accent with a print
The below outfits is a preview into Winter At Home Wardrobe Essentials eBook which helps you build a casual winter wardrobe. This eBook shows you what to focus on, helps you to weed out what you don't need and how to create a stylish casual wardrobe that is on trend with handpicked clothes, shoes and accessories that are mixed and matched to create 102 different casual outfits.
Learn how to wear the same clothes differently, shop smarter, shop quicker and look fabulous being casual and comfortable.
This eBook is perfect for those that work from home, are stay at home moms, retired or if you prefer a casual yet stylish winter wardrobe. The winter essentials covered throughout this eBook center around laid-back styles, loose and relaxed fits, and no heels. You'll have the perfect combination of pieces that make it easy to dress up and dress down your clothes and feel polished and put together while pulling off a casual look.
Links to shop all the below outfits are included in Winter Wardrobe At Home eBook plus get access to a private online shopping guide with additional winter essentials.
What's Included In This eBook?
- Winter wardrobe plan
- Winter essentials list
- 102 casual winter outfits
- Links to shop all 102 outfits
- Access to a private online shopping guide that includes additional items to shop (regular, petite and plus sizes available)
This eBook is perfect for you if you lack direction on what to add to your wardrobe, struggle with how to mix and match your clothes, and need different ways to be more creative with coordinating your outfits.