It’s funny how the things you see every day suddenly go missing when you need them. But what if you could create a world where you know where the clothes you need are all of the time? A world where it takes no more than five minutes to decide what to wear. A world where you’re on time for things, completely free from outfit-related stress, and even save money?
Despite being able to sing along in fist-clenching, eye-shutting relatability to Alanis Morissette’s Ironic (she really gets you in times like this), there’s little joy to be taken in those frantic ‘WHERE IS IT?!’ moments, and that’s why creating a capsule wardrobe is one of the smartest, most economic and most life-altering changes you can make.
Creating a minimal capsule wardrobe means that every three months, you’ll select and plan 24 interchangeable pieces, which can be mixed and matched so that you never have a bad outfit day ever again. Sounds dreamy. But a warning before we begin: it’s not for the faint-hearted. You’re going to have to be strict, realistic, and more than a little ruthless. So channel your inner Kris Jenner and let’s get to it.