I said this about the first week of my autumn capsule, but I’ll say it again for my winter capsule: I’m excited about it.
First winter capsule wardrobe outfit and I think I’ve already identified a potential casualty.
A simple ensemble for today’s capsule wardrobe outfit as a send off for my autumn capsule wardrobe.
For all the stylish mamas out there, a belated Happy Mother’s Day. I hope you had a beautiful day with your loved ones and that you were spoiled silly!
I don’t know why I hadn’t started this earlier; it would make sense given that I don’t post all of my capsule wardrobe outfits on the blog (but I post pretty much all of them on Instagram), but only now have I realised how it would be good to do a quick review of all of them here too.
I’ve been meaning to do this DIY for a while now – it’s so ridiculously easy that I was even able to do it with two crazy children running around me. I’ll definitely include this in my winter capsule as it’s an easy way to update a tired pair of jeans as well as give some interest to your capsule…
OK, I am starting to get a little annoyed with myself for not including more cold weather clothes in my current autumn capsule.
It’s getting cold and I have ZERO sweaters in my current capsule wardrobe. I’m feeling a little uninspired and to be honest a little bored.
Almost every mum/mom out there will have a “mumiform” or “momiform” – their go-to outfit when they’re short of time or can’t be bothered thinking about what they’re going to wear. Having a momiform makes dressing for the day a lot easier (especially when you’ve had 2-3 hours of sleep and choosing coordinates is the last thing on your mind).
Do you ever wake up in the morning thinking about shoes?