More time, more money, less fuss, less laundry. Simplicity.
Sign me up.
There are a lot of reasons I wanted to try this experiment. A creative outlet. Simplicity. The reward of knowing I can say “no” to impulse buys. Making choices easier for myself and my family. Also, less clutter. Way less clutter.
All the clothes, all the choices, and all the things thrown on the floor or piled up. These are things I am hoping to say goodbye to. Saying goodbye to feeling like I have too many choices, but nothing to wear. The reality is, I probably only wear about 30 of the items in my closet anyway. So I’m hoping to just channel all my love for those specific items into a creative 37 piece capsule. No more wasted energy on trying to make that one shirt work. All my time and effort, other places.
There are dreams of a beautifully curated, Instagram worthy wardrobe for each member of my family. Of course. But the reality of the situation is… I want life to be less stressful, and more organized. Less decisions for mundane, but important things, like getting dressed each day.
I want my kids to understand this as a life skill, less is more. Creativity. Thinking outside of the box (which I am horrible at)… even if they don’t end up being Capsulers for Life…future daughter in laws- you’re welcome.
I want a method to this madness. Soooo, let’s do this!
A capsule wardrobe, is a fixed number of items (your capsule) that you consider your complete wardrobe for a season.Think mix and match, consistent color scheming, fewer items, and creativity.
Welcome to my crazy unorganized life. To my family, really.Welcome into our creative process of dressing each family member in a capsule wardrobe. That’s 37 pieces for each person, to wear exclusively for 3 months.