Is part of adulting realizing that you can’t live in just fast fashion? I’ve been drifting from H&M, Forever 21 and the like for awhile (but I won’t stop shopping at Target!) because it’s just not worth it. The clothes don’t last, the trends don’t last and it’s never an investment.
Friends of mine have been talking about creating a capsule wardrobe because it’s ironically trendy right now. If you are new to the term its basically everything is interchangeable, versatile and long-lasting. These (few) pieces are timeless and you find yourself reaching for them time and time again. Not only is it supposed to make mornings and packing for trips easier it saves in the long run because you have all that you need.
Even if you want a capsule wardrobe it can be daunting. Luckily, like most other things, it’s made its move to the internet so you don’t have to hire a stylist or some sort of organizing pro to help you sort things out. Meet Capsules.
With Capsules you choose your style, favorite colors, mark what you have and you can see what you need without letting ad’s or other bloggers tell you what you need! It’s a subscription service for $5/mo totally tailored to you.
Capsules is great for women graduating from college or women who are trying to figure out a new work wardrobe. You pick the colors that you want and work from there one what you have and what you need. You can even make a shopping list of things you need so you can be focused on what you need rather than just getting lost in online shopping!
They also walk you through a ton of tips about how to go about getting rid of what you have and seeing what you need which I know can be a struggle for a lot of people. So if you are looking for a hand with getting your wardrobe in order, Capsules could be a great source for you!