Winter Unisex Capsule Wardrobe

Last year, I penned a blog post about the joys of Capsule Wardrobes. It has been by far our most shared and read blog post. I'm so pleased to see how many of you are responding to this concept and are joining me in my journey towards a more minimalist lifestyle.

 Minimalism is not about having less. Its about making room for more of what matters.


 You may have heard of a capsule wardrobe before. A capsule wardrobe was coined by Susie Faux, the owner of a London boutique called "Wardrobe" in the 1970s. The idea was popularized by Donna Karen in the mid 80's when we released her capsule collection of seven interchangeable work-wear pieces. Most people I've read about have between 20-40 pieces in their capsule wardrobe. Yes that may seem ok until you dive into your closet & realize you have 145… cough cough… like myself.


Today I am bringing you a winter capsule wardrobe. I am a woman, but feel that this wardrobe would work just as well for men. The key to a capsule wardrobe is making sure everything works together. Having enough colours, neutrals and patterns to mix and match - you'll never get bored.

 

Unisex Winter Capsule Wardrobe

Clothing used (left - right // top - bottom)

Orange Toque  - Flannel Foxes
Black Toque - Flannel Foxes
Green Toque  - Flannel Foxes
Red Toque - Flannel Foxes


Black Wool Coat - Loft
Suede Bomber - Aritzia
Maroon Sweater - Flannel Foxes


Cardigan - Garage
Cardigan - Roots
Collared Wool Shirt - Madewell
Flannel - Purr (Calgary, AB)

Flannel Foxes Corduroy Hat
Flannel Foxes Grandpa Hat


Flannel Foxes Flannel Pocket Shirt
Flannel Foxes Shield Tee
Flannel Foxes Department of Adventure Tee

Gold Chinos - Loft
Black Skinny Jeans - Madewell
High Waisted Jeans - Madewell
Joggers - Roots

Waterproof Boots - Reiker 
Runners - Merrel
Black Booties - Aldo

 

 

 

Go forth and minimize!


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