I’ve got some exciting news……. ‘Sunday Style’ is back!!! I’ve definitely missed doing these posts, and one of my yearly goals was to get back into doing posts that really bring me joy!
I’ve mentioned my love of capsule wardrobes before on the blog, and I worked hard to create another capsule for this summer. I might try to put together a post on what my fall capsule will look like this year, but as for summer I never got a chance. I’m happy with it so far, and I’m extremely happy that (after a lot of hard work) I was able to reuse quite a few pieces from previous capsules.
To remind you all why I fell in love with the idea of a capsule wardrobe, I’ll share with you a few of the principals that really resonate with me:
- Keep it seasonal – this way when I go into my closet I can wear ALL the items, not just half. This doesn’t mean getting rid of ‘out of season items’ it just means storing them until it’s their time.
- Keep it minimal – I get overwhelmed when there are too many pieces in my closet, and I find I feel like I have more options when I have less items (weird, but true)
- Save the planet – okay, this ones a little bit much, but it’s absolutely true. How much clothing you go through is just as impactful on the environment as other kinds of waste. To find out more check out this article.
- Save time – this one is more important to me now than ever. I don’t have as much time to pick out my outfits, so it’s great to have some of the planning taken out for me.
There are other great reasons to do a capsule wardrobe. I get very inspired by this blogger, so check her out!
On to my 2018 summer capsule. One of the items that I really wanted to add to my capsule was a jumpsuit. I guess maybe I was getting a little jealous of Mira’s jumpsuit
I decided to go for black over her psychedelic colors.
I found this jump suit at Lulu’s, they definitely have a ton of great options in the jumpsuit department.
It’s extremely comfortable and I’m very happy to have added this piece.
I still want to do a ‘Sunday Style’ with Dave, and now I think I’ll have to do one with Mira. I’ve been working on her capsule wardrobe (kids clothes can get just as over whelming when there are too many pieces).