Spring Capsule Wardrobe

I’m a strong believer that you should always build a capsule wardrobe of staple items that will last you for years. This way you can simply just buy a couple of items every season for a bit of variety. In this tutorial, I’ll be discussing Spring capsule wardrobe.

  1. Cropped jeans


Jeans are a must in any wardrobe. For spring season, I would opt for a cropped version as it is showing a bit of skin which makes you feel more summary but still covered up because it’s still quite chilly in the mornings and evenings.


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2. Thick Blazer


A blazer in a neutral colour, made of a thick of fabric such as a wool blend material is ideal for spring. It adds an extra layer and gives an outfit a more stylish look.


3. A leather jacket.


Layering is key for any transitional season. Therefore, another wardrobe staple piece for me is a leather jacket. I always try to invest in good quality staple items as I’d like them to last a long long time. The jacket in the photo above is made of real leather and is very warm. I’ve had it for about six years and it still looks as good as the day I bought it.

4.Loafers

The next wardrobe staple for springtime is a pair of loafers. As the temperature starts rising and it becomes a little bit warmer, it is so nice to be able to wear open shoes. But of course it’s too soon to wear a complete open toe, so a loafer is the ideal transitional footwear.


5.Trenchcoat

I know I already mentioned two outer layers but I think a trenchcoat is definitely another must Spring key wardrobe piece. It is lightweight, and ideal for rainy days to add cover without adding too much warmth.


As you can see from the photos above -all the items I have listed I am wearing on repeat in most of the photos. Building a wardrobe of key pieces not only saves you money in the long run but also saves time putting outfits together and it is a much more sustainable way to live.

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