My Stitch Fix capsule {and creating a wardrobe I adore}

My Stitch Fix capsule {and creating a wardrobe I adore}

My Stitch Fix capsule wardrobe {and creating a wardrobe I love}

I’ve been toying with the idea of a capsule wardrobe or uniform for more than a year now, and I’ve been so inspired by bloggers like Amy at Mom Advice and Anne at Modern Mrs. Darcy {who are fashionable but not specifically style bloggers} as I try to figure out my style.

But every time I try to sort through my closet to actually create a capsule, I get so overwhelmed. How do I know which clothes to keep? How do you use the same pieces to create several different outfits? How do you layer?

Although I have six kids, I’m not even 34 years old yet, and yet I feel so frumpy a lot of the time. My mom and sister are both extremely fashionable, which on one hand means I get lots of cute hand-me-downs and on the other means that I really look frumpy next to them.

This is why I have been raving about Stitch Fix since I joined last February. With the help of a personal stylist, I’ve gotten some really cute clothes that I wouldn’t have purchased otherwise. I love my Stitch Fix clothes, and I reach for them often.

My last fix came with 5 items that could be mix-and-matched easily, and I realized that the clothes I’ve gotten over the past year form the perfect base for a capsule wardrobe.

The only problem? I still don’t know how to put outfits together or layer.

So when Kelly at Redefined Mom emailed me to say that she was launching her brand new Adore Your Wardrobe course on Valentine’s Day, I couldn’t have been more excited. While Kelly doesn’t specifically focus on capsule or minimalist wardrobes, she does teach you exactly how to dress for your body type, select clothes you’ll love, layer, and put outfits together, which is exactly what I need.

In fact, her Rule of Four (which you can access for FREE here) may have offered the biggest a-ha moment I’ve ever had regarding fashion. Now I understand why I can spot outfits I love on other people but never quite put them together myself, and I’m excited to start using this rule to change that!

Today I thought I’d share a peek at my current Stitch Fix pieces, which I’m using as the base of my capsule wardrobe. I’m going to spend the next month going through Kelly’s course, and then I’m hoping by April I’ll be ready to pack up a lot of clothes that I don’t really wear or adore and have a real capsule wardrobe for spring!

My Stitch Fix capsule wardrobe {and creating a wardrobe I love}

My current wishlist includes a pair of lighter wash, distressed jeans, preferably ones that fit and look as great as my Just Black jeans do. I also really need a few nicer tanks that have more style than the basic tanks I currently wear under my cardigans and as a summer uniform!

  • Just Black Dean Ankle Zip Skinny Jeans, $78
  • Market & Sprice Char Ikat Print Maxi Skirt, $58
  • Fate Gradon Sheer Raglan Seam Sweater, $64
  • Market & Spruce Avah Knit Top, $58
  • Fun2Fun Alfredo Crew Neck Blouse, $48
  • Look by M Prescott Fringe Edge Scarf, $32
  • Octavia Tina Checkered Infinity Scarf, $34
  • Pixley Martina Slub Knit Open Cardigan, $48
  • 41Hawthorn Billi Open Cardigan, $48
  • 41Hawthorn Abrianna Longsleeve Knit Cardigan, $48

(I completely forgot about my Rune Porter leggings when I was taking pictures, but those are definitely one of my staples as well!)

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The Adore Your Wardrobe eCourse is a 30-day course that will change the way you think about fashion and your wardrobe. This course contains videos, written overviews, and worksheets to help give you the skills to become a killer fashionista.

When you register, you’ll receive instant access to the entire course to enjoy the lessons when it’s convenient for your schedule. Plus, Kelly will send you an email every few days with an overview of the day’s lesson as well as a mini-challenges to help build your confidence and feel successful in your ability to create a great-looking outfit.

Join us today and learn to ADORE Your Wardrobe!

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. I just got a box last week in which I requested something very specific. I had never done that before and was curious what they would do with it. Well, stitch fix pulled through and gave me EXACTLY what I was looking for! Yay for Stitch Fix!

  2. I would love to read/hear the Rule of 4…sounds like something I need! When I click the link, it takes me to the general page, but I couldn’t find anywhere in the information the Rule of 4. Would you mind summarizing it? Thanks so much!

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