sheer cream tee (ThredUP) / mama bird tee (Bee & The Fox) / grey silk tank (Everlane)
mint racerback (Banana Republic) / Splendid striped top (Stitch Fix) / grey knotted tee (Gap)
woven back sweatshirt (Stitch Fix) / lush tunic (on sale at Nordstrom!) / gap chambray (ThredUP)
open shoulder cream top (Nordstrom Rack) / grey tank (Everlane) / open cardigan (Anthropologie)
tribal cardigan (Stitch Fix) / sweater tunic (ThredUP) / printed dress (Nordstrom Rack)
striped cardigan (Nordstrom Rack) / black tee (Everlane) / cozy sweater (Poshmark)
off the shoulder dress (Topshop Nordstrom) / grey pocket tee (Everlane) / anthropologie chambray dress (ThredUP)
black customizable jumpsuit (Seamly.co) / J. Crew shorts (hand-me-down from BFF) / boyfriend jeans (Nordstrom) / hi-rise skinny jeans (American Eagle) / hi-rise leggings (Nordstrom Rack) / Joe’s skinny jeans (Nordstrom Rack)
colorblock flats / wedges / nude pumps (all Franco Sarto from Nordstrom Rack)
Ankle booties (Target, similar) / Nisolo flats (Nisolo) / flat black boots (Nordstrom Rack)
Sam & Libby flats (Target) / brown boots (Target) / Minnetonka moccasins (Nordstrom)
With three capsules under my belt, I’m still hooked on this system. The pros: I only shop 4x a year, I’m totally in tune with my style, everything fits, I’m spending more money on better quality basics, everything goes together, getting dressed is a breeze, no spontaneous shopping or guilt, my closet is always organized. A few people have asked how much new stuff I buy, and it varies from season to season. This capsule has 36 items—15 were new, 21 were old. Between Stitch Fix, Everlane, and ThredUP credits, I didn’t spend that much out of pocket, but I definitely bought more newer pieces for this capsule than previous ones because FALL. Now if only we could get a break from this 90-degree weather so I could actually wear my boots!
Are you on the capsule train? How’s it going?