Creating Your Very Own Capsule Wardrobe

If style is important to you but you aren’t sure how to build a wardrobe, keep reading. This blog is for you! Fashion and trends are constantly changing, making it nearly impossible to keep a closet full of the best threads you can get your hands on. A great way to make sure your wardrobe is always in style is to create a capsule wardrobe! Capsule wardrobes are streamlined clothing collections that showcase the greatest, timeless trends. Each person is unique and therefore each capsule wardrobe is different but there are some must-have staples that any wardrobe would be lost without.

On average a capsule wardrobe is about 35 pieces. These 35 pieces have to be essential to your personal style and timeless in the world of fashion. Here are a few examples of what to include; plain white tee, joggers, relaxed blazer, distressed jeans, cape cardigan, wrap skirt, midi dress, and of course the little black dress! From this point forward all you need to do to exude style is dress up one of these iconic wardrobe pieces. With a capsule wardrobe dressing is easy! Just pick out a few good pieces, dress ‘em up with bold accessories, or keep things chic and simple and skip the accessories. When you’ve got a capsule wardrobe you just exude fashion.

Another reason that this type of wardrobe is just absolutely great is that you’ll actually wear it! Remember the last time you bought a fun outfit? Now remember the last time you wore it? Exactly, you probably haven’t picked it up since you bought it. Typically, like most people out there, you buy fun, funky, new clothes but end up wearing old favorites. That’s what makes a capsule wardrobe so great.

When you want to really elevate your look start from the bottom to the top. A great pair of shoes can make or break an outfit. That’s why Aldo has got your piggies covered! They have all the latest and greatest in must have shoe trends, and totally timeless classic styles.

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