(photo from my Spring capsule wardrobe, earlier this year)
So, winter will be my fifth capsule wardrobe!
You know what that means — it means I have four capsule wardrobes underneath me — a full year’s worth! It means that now, we’re in a whole new phase. Instead of building capsule wardrobes each season, now I’ll be simply maintaining them.
So let’s recap a little.
The goal, for me, from the beginning, was to build four really solid capsule wardrobes this year so that next year I can just pull them out of storage, maybe swap out 4-8 pieces, and go.
To dig a little deeper into that goal, I wanted balance — to balance my enjoyment of fashion with a lifestyle of contentment.
The goal was never to go extreme and cut shopping out of my life forever. For me personally, I want something more viable for my life. Like any goal or habit in life, I’ll be more likely to stick with it over the long haul if I give it some lightheartedness and some room to breathe. That’s what I want. I don’t want dressing with less to be a fad, although it seems to be the popular thing to do right now. I want a true change.
So … shopping has always been a part of the plan. But just … a lot less shopping. Maybe 4-8 pieces worth of shopping. Usually, at the end of a capsule wardrobe season, I’m left with some holes to fill anyway, due to wear and tear — so it feels just right. It’s enough to give me the joy of one of my favorite hobbies. But it’s limited enough to challenge me to find contentment in what I have.
(In a few days, I’ll be unveiling my winter capsule and I’m really excited to show you how this worked out for me this time around!)
Of course, this approach may not be your jam. That’s good, actually — you go do you. Whatever your approach — less, more — do it, and do it with joy. The most important thing is for us to give each other room to do things differently and appreciate those differences. There’s creativity + purpose in all of our different approaches.
And minimalism looks different from person to person. Minimalism and extreme minimalism get confused a lot, but here’s an awesome article that helps explain the true essence of minimalism.
My favorite quick takeaway from the article? Minimalism isn’t supposed to be your life — it’s supposed to be a tool that you use in your life.
My favorite quote from it? It’s a long one, but a good one:
There are plenty of successful minimalists who lead appreciably different lives. Our friend Leo Babauta has a family and six children and lives in San Francisco. Joshua Becker has a career he enjoys, a family he loves, and a house and a car in suburbia. Conversely, Colin Wright owns 51 things and travels all over the world, while Tammy Strobel and her husband live in a “tiny house” and are completely car-free in Portland. Even though each of these people are different, they all share two things in common: they are minimalists, and minimalism has allowed them to pursue purpose-driven lives.
But how can these people be so different and yet still be minimalists? That brings us back to our original question: what is minimalism? If we had to sum it up in a single sentence, we would say, Minimalism is a tool used to rid yourself of life’s excess in favor of focusing on what’s important so you can find happiness, fulfillment, and freedom.
Whew, that definition is challenging. It’s so open ended — meaning we have to do the work to find out what it looks like in our life. It’s not just handed to us … and that’s what I love about it. The idea of minimalism is always challenging, requiring us to get quiet with our own souls. It takes some figuring out. And it’s a life-long learning process.
It’s infuriating and satisfying all at the same time. :)
So … let’s switch gears a little and chat about the future of Unfancy. What is Unfancy going to look like in 2015? Here’s what I’m thinking:
I want to mix things up, so you’re not just looking at the same outfits again. So, I’m excited to say that I’ll be introducing you to more and more guest bloggers who will share their different approaches to style + minimalism. This is kicking off in January with two awesome ladies, and I can’t wait for you to meet them! I think getting more voices in here is going to be awesome, and I’m excited for Unfancy to become more of a community.
So that’s the plan. Are you as excited as I am?! :)
This has been a fun journey so far, thank you for sharing it.
I’ve said it before but I really enjoy when you go beyond just the fashion and talk about minimalism and contentment. Any great books you can recommend on being content? Or other books you’ve liked that have changed the way you think?
Looking forward to the changes to come!
I am also in the maintaining stage so I am STOOOOOKED to see what you do. Über curious, actually. And love that you covered the real idea of minimalism. Always bums me out when people assume they have to be an ascetic to utilize minimalism. Which, honestly, is the point; it is a matter of utility and the beauty that we find in freeing ourselves from the material. Shopping IS fun, so now the experience is emphasized instead of the result. Like encouraging learning instead of good grades. When you encourage and facilitate learning, good grades happen, but not because you focused on the letter score at the end. : )
Anyway. Keep truckin / doing you. You encourage and exhort loads of people and you should find some joy in that, too. ;)
Blue Labels Boutique says
Capsule collections are the way to go!
I absolutely love your style and I’m excited to see more capsules – I am challenged to create my own because I just had baby #2 and nothing fits anymore. I also work in a very corporate environment so you inspire me for my weekends and I need help for weekdays – so tired of wondering what to wear! This is such a fun journey and I love your accessory recommendations too.
I would love also for you to have a guest blogger on who has a capsule/minimalist wardrobe for a business casual environment. Or feature how to have a casual and a business casual wardrobe and mix them together in interesting ways so you don’t just have two separate wardrobes for work and life.
Very excited to see your winter capsule!! I love your style.
Oh my word!! I would love to see this too! I adore UnFancy but have found it difficult to encorporate this idea into my wardrobe since I need both business and casual! <3 Good suggestion Kaylee!
Kaylee, this blog post from Anushka helped me a lot when I was building my wardrobe after maternity leave: http://into-mind.com/2014/09/16/building-the-perfect-wardrobe-for-work/
Just scroll down to “business casual”. So logical and simple :)
YES! I’m a college student with a government style internship (luck me!) but getting dressed makes me feel like im living a double life (my patti smith leather pants are probably frowned upon in city hall)
Kathy Mader says
Are you going to show us your original winter capsule…because I think you started your blog with the Spring capsule, but you actually had a winter capsule before that? Am I confused? I just thought it would be fun to see your first winter capsule so we can see what switching out you do with new pieces, now that you’re launching into your first repeat capsule. Thanks!
Hi Kathy! :) I’m smiling as I write this — I wish I could, but I did my first capsule before I ever even dreamed of blogging about it. So unfortunately, there aren’t any photographs of it. When I started my blog, I started numbering my capsules from #2, because I had done one before, and it was “more honest” but now I also realize that it may be more confusing than anything. :) Sorry about the confusion — my fault. xo Caroline
Kathy Mader says
Oh. Well, we’ll just pretend this is your first winter capsule then :) I was just hoping you still had all the pieces in storage and could yank them out and post the pieces, even if you aren’t wearing them. That’s what I love, seeing all the pieces pictured at once, like you do. It’s so helpful.
I too was hoping to see your previous Winter capsule, oh well. I can’t wait to see your new (maintained) one. Just started reading your blog about a week ago, found it via CollegeFashion.net and now I check your blog every day. I have been vigorously trying to minimalize my wardrobe and have several bags to get rid of, but I doubt my first capsule will even be under 100, haha. I have an app called Closet that could be a great tool for everyone. It’s a perfect way to keep digital inventory of your wardrobe, keep track of what you wear & when, as well as cost per wear, favorites, etc. Looking forward to seeing your Winter capsule and joining you on this amazing idea. I’ve already got my dad hooked on the idea and have introduced it to my mom who also loves minimalism.
Thanks for another Fabulous post, and the link to that great article. I’m so excited for you & happy for you about what you’ll be doing with your blog in the new year.
Another idea to piggy-back on your post today, comes from Tao of Sophia blog about nonessentials:
““Besides the noble art of getting things done,
there is the noble art of leaving things undone.
The wisdom of life consists in the elimination
of nonessentials.” Lin Yutang
I like the idea of getting to minimalism from two different angles: 1) What are essentials?, and 2) What are nonessentials? And, of course, those things will be different for different people.
Hope you’re having a SIMPLY wonderful holiday season!
Kathy Mader says
Oh my goodness, Glenda, that is my favorite quote! Thanks for posting, brought a smile. I love the idea, now I just need to implement it, oh yes.
It’s now one of my favorite quotes, too–I’d not heard it before!
Oh Glenda — YES to that! :) I absolutely love that quote. Thank you for sharing! xo Caroline
You’re welcome, Caroline–and thanks bakacha!
I love your blog. I check in every day, so I’m not going anywhere. I often enjoy when my fav bloggers share outside of their normal blog content. Things like, a day in the life post, what you do outside of blogging, your home, etc. Love getting to know my favorite bloggers on a more personal level. Afterall, we are all friends…right?!
K. Nicole says
Love that you shared that definition of minimalism, along with the fact that you will be maintaining your capsules now that you’ve gone through a full cycle. Lately I’ve seen in the “Capsule Collection Community” some naysayers who’ve said that capsule collections are an excuse to shop seasonally and wouldn’t it be “better” to blah-blah-blah.
I can tell you this since I started my capsule collection I have both bought less, bought less mindlessly, and also have given BAGS of clothing to charity.
I don’t really know anything about other capsule community bloggers, but I totally agree with you! I shop much less and am so much more mindful.. Asking myself.. will this piece go with lots of other things? Do I really love the item/the fit? Does it go with my personal/lifestyle? Etc. so it’s really helped me eliminate wasteful spending and impulse buys.
Plus, for me, it’s less about the shopping and even more about the idea that if I have a simplified closet with items I truely love then it takes me just a few minutes to get ready and I don’t waste my time trying to decide what clothes to wear/getting worked up over it in the morning/end up with piles of “no’s” on the floor. Freeing up time/brain space to enjoy more life! :)
kelly from snowy boston says
Here’s a quote that I think speaks to your blog and your thoughts regarding minimalism…and about being true to YOU. It’s from Amy Poehler’s new book …“Good for her! Not for me. That is the motto women should constantly repeat over and over again. Good for her! Not for me.”
We are all different! Why should we try to dress the same??!!! I don’t get the drama about how many pairs of boots you buy. Good lord. You be YOU! :)
It would be great if you could help show us HOW you style your outfits. Ie: how to roll your jeans, how to wear scarves different ways. Videos? Photos of you out and about? a view of your closet?? stores you love? how about the idea of thrift shopping? consignment store adventures? and donating!!
I love this blog. I’ve been working on creating my FIRST capsule wardrobe. I’ve had a LOT of things going back to the store, especially all the “deals” I found online during Black Friday sales. I’m learning so much about what I like and what is just not for me. Specifically, if the item is “AWESOME” or “my FAVORITE”, it has been returned. I kind of look like a crazy person with all sorts of piles and bags around my house but I’m developing a system that works for me. And, I’m spending money on items that I will be happy to wear.
Love your blog and looking forward to seeing the guest bloggers’ take on capsule wardrobes as well! I would love to see recommendations/suggestions for a few looks from a capsule wardrobe that are flattering to plus-size women. You are absolutely beautiful and I love your style. I love getting inspiration from you since I am generally uncreative when it comes to fashion! :) Keep up the good work!
I really like this blog, and that quote on minimalism. I only found this blog a few weeks ago but since then I’ve cleaned A LOT of stuff out of my closet. Three garbage bags worth. And that was only the initial cleaning. Since then, as I’ve wanted more and more minimalism I’ve slowly collected another garbage bag of stuff I wasn’t *quite* ready to say goodbye to the first time around. And just like the quote says, less stuff has brought more focus.
I’m excited for whatever this blog brings. But I hope you know your outfits over and over again have not gotten boring to me in the short time I’ve been following. Instead I’m newly inspired every time to keep reaching for simple and focused. You’re great. Thanks for your blog.
I have to confess that I much more prefer your tone to that of The Minimalists… Maybe I’m being oversensitive, but reading their words I kept feeling that if I don’t do as they did (or at least a variation of it, adjusted to my social position etc.), I’m failing at life. [As a result, I’ve spent almost two weeks obsessing over some purchases because “what if I don’t really need it and am only getting it because I’m such a massive materialist?” and in turn feeling miserable…]
Basically, I’m still figuring out what works for me (in clothing and in life) and you don’t make me feel like I’m failing at life—no preaching, no judgement. You ROCK! :)
I enjoy your blog and can’t wait to see what you have in store for us!
I’m so excited to see Unfancy grow and see the guest bloggers! I do love when you expand your posts to talk more inward, the concept of minimalism and your philosophy. It’s really inspiring and a fun conversation to see going on and participate in. You’re post yesterday really helped flip a switch in my head. I definitely was looking at Pinterest with a lot of jealousy and envy. All I was seeing was what I lacked and I definitely don’t have the budget to get everything that I’d like to have, even on a minimal scale. So starting to look at outfits and think of what I already have and can recreate has made using PInterest a whole lot more fun. Keep up the exciting and awesome work, Caroline!
Great post! I’m a new follower and I just discovered you a few days ago and what a find it is! This is so refreshing and I am looking forward to being a regular. Thanks!!! xo
Hi there Caroline, greetings from the UK! I just wanted to tell you how inspirational I find your blog. I read it every day and have done for a couple of months. Because of your blog my attitude to shopping has completely changed, I have curated my first autumn capsule and am absolutely loving the impact this has had on my life. It’s so liberating! Please keep it up, I so enjoy your posts and I’m really looking forward to seeing both your winter capsule and future posts. Elena x
Love your down to earth & laid back approach to things. I dig it. I really loved the insight in everything you said.
I was so disappointed when I saw I’d missed your call for guest bloggers but I can’t wait to see what your girls have lined up for the new year. Hooray!
Hillary @ Journal de Jalune says
I love this post – you have have been so eloquent in relaying your process on this blog. I love that quote too, especially the idea of finding freedom in minimalism to focus on what is important to yourself – and yes, that does look different for everyone, as it should!
Love your blog and love this idea!
I have a few questions though. So is it 37 items per capsule?
And you said you’re working on your fifth, what were the other four? Is there one for each season?
And now that you have your capsule completed will you mix and match from other capsules?
By fifth I think she means this is her 5th capsule/5th time doing a capsule wardrobe. She separates into seasons (winter/spring/summer/fall, 3 months each) and it sounds like her first capsule was last winter. If you go to the side bar you can find her 37 pieces from this capsule.
There are 37 items per capsule (more or less), but some of the items are carried over from other capsules.
Hi Caroline! I am looking forward to seeig the new Unfancy updates for 2015! I really admire your minimal approach to life. I was wondering if there might be any future home posts on how you live with the same minimal approach? :)
allison h says
i am so excited for 2015. my friend and i are working right now on ridding ourselves of clutter and excess clothing.. its scary and satisfying all at the same time! we are hoping to have everything ready to go so we can start capsules. we have more corporate jobs so we are creating 2 capsules– 1 for work and 1 for everyday. we are both so inspired by you that it has been a great motivation to simply. that is our motto for 2015. i’m excited for Unfancy in 2015! looks like you have great plans and we can wait!!
Looking forward to what 2015 brings! And while you’re planning posts, can I make a suggestion? I’d love to read your thoughts on how to find stores/brands that regularly offer minimalist-friendly clothing (neutral colors, mix-and-match-able silhouettes, and quality that lasts more than one season). A few brands I used to shop from recently raised their prices and dropped their quality, so I’ve been trying to find other sources for my winter capsule wardrobe and coming up empty a lot of the time. (I also find department stores totally overwhelming… which may be one reason I’m attracted to neutral capsule wardrobes. :-) ) I’d love to hear your tips and tricks!
Hi Caroline, just wanted to say hello from New Zealand and tell you that I really enjoy your blog! I just found it a couple of weeks ago and I think I’ve finally caught up on almost every post. It’s really comforting to find someone else on a similar journey. It helps me feel like I’m not the only one doing this capsule wardrobe thing. :-) I also like your style and approach to minimalism/capsule wardrobes and appreciate how open minded you are about what may/may not work for each of us individually.
I’m excited that you’ve come full circle with your capsules too! It must feel great. I can’t wait until I get to that point myself. I’m just preparing my second capsule at the moment (Summer) so I’ve got a wee way to go – but hey, the journey’s the best part right?
Looking forward to the new developments in 2015, I’m definitely interested in hearing different perspectives on style and minimalism. I like that community feel too :-)
Leanne Caroline says
Love this thought-process-explanation Caroline… very similar to my own, nice to know I’m not the only person out there on that wavelength. I’ve been following The Minimalists this year, and actually went to their live talk last month when they visited Australia – further enlightenment and encouragement. Good luck on your continued journey, I’ll certainly be following along here xo
Rachel Cunliffe says
Sounds great! I’m going to be starting a capsule wardrobe in the middle of next year to replace my almost non-existent wardrobe after eight years of being pregnant or nursing four kids! Your blog has been super inspiring for me and has given me a lot of ideas about what I want to do when I start my new wardrobe after losing my last baby weight. Thank you!
I was one of your followers who criticised your number of shoes, but now I understand, thanks for the enlightenment.
You are a role model.
I just wanted to say that I love Unfancy! You have absolutely converted me to capsule wardrobes and everything neutral. I am a 15 year old girl who has always struggled with finding clothes; ending up wearing the same rotation of clothes. I often find/found myself complaining that I had nothing to wear… even through my wardrobe is jam-packed. I already have quite a small room as it stands, and wardrobe space is scarce, so when I started reading about “capsule wardrobes” I fell in love with the idea. I have slowly started emptying my wardrobe, and now carefully am trying to buy new things, things that I love.
I know I am only 15, and at my age fashions seem to change every month, but my style has always been drawn to more classic styles of clothing, and my favourite items appear to be an almost worn out very pale blue t-shirt, a light brown jumper, a grey jumper, a light blue chambray, dark denim jeans… all quite muted tones, even though when you (used to) open my wardrobe it is/was filled with red, green, yellow, pink… and yet I wear none of those colours. This new year, 2015, I shall build a capsule wardrobe. I am so excited! I have chucked so many clothes and I have stopped going shopping and just “buying it because it fits” or “well, it’s okay” or “it’s cheap”. I now am aiming for stuff I love.
Thank you for all of your advice on your blog. Your style is beautiful and you are inspiring!
Good for you Beth for discovering at age 15 that less is more. I wish I’d discovered that looooooong ago when I was 15. :-)
Britt Nicole says
I really love this. I’ve done the capsule wardrobe workbook, and it totally helped! I saw it help shape my recent purchases. I knew as much as I wanted new knee-high boots, that they weren’t something I would us as often as ankle boots in black, brown and maybe gray. I knew I needed a chunky cardigan so I could get some mileage out of my spring/summer dresses.
That test already has made me really want to set aside a budget, and make a real capsule wardrobe! I like the idea of thinking of your clothing as an investment and thoughtful, planned purchases – not just as a fun outing.
Quick question, to Caroline and/or any readers ~ I bet you find that you still shop just as much, if not more, since you’re looking for the perfect pieces, yah? I do at least, almost to the point where it’s NOT as fun. What are your methods… online/in-person? How do you kick the habit of just wandering to wander, shopping to shop? Do you go each time with a goal in mind? Caroline, I know you build your wradrobe early, how do you (if you do at all) sprinkle in additions?
LOVE Unfancy – thanks!
My answer probably isn’t going to help a lot, but I’ll answer anyway to illustrate the flip side: I hate to shop, I find it boring & mind-numbing, and it utterly exhausts me–just shoot me Now… Having a capsule wardrobe insures that I have enough to wear for any occasion & satisfies my desire to look as good as I can all the time. The HUGE bonus point for me is that it frees my time to do all the things I love to do and MUCH prefer to do: read, listen to music, watch movies, take walks every night after dinner, hike & cycle & play badminton, go to astronomy lectures & theatre & opera & concerts & museums & art galleries, get together with friends and cook great dinners, visit botanical gardens–SO MUCH to do & so little time!!!–just doing about anything other than going to a store or spending time online shopping, SHUDDER…..
For my first two or three capsules, I found that I spent a whole lot of time searching for the perfect pieces. That searching still all took place within the couple of weeks that I’d set aside to plan + shop — but yes, it felt like a lot of time spent shopping. I’d say that I still spent less time + energy shopping though. I had a pretty massive + time consuming shopping habit.
Of course, once it was finished, I felt so much freedom in knowing that I didn’t have to shop for anything for the next few months — that’s still my favorite feeling from this whole process. :) I actually never sprinkle things in throughout the season — I just don’t really go into clothing stores.
But now, after doing this a few times, I’ve learned so much about my style + what works for me, that it hardly takes any time.
For example, for my winter capsule, I honestly just didn’t want to spend much time shopping — I wanted to enjoy my favorite season, Christmastime. I managed to nail it all down + finish my capsule wardrobe from just two shopping outings. It’s amazing how much easier the whole thing has gotten over time. :)
I hope this helps a little!
Caroline, since you’re doing a format update anyway… I wonder if you’d consider adding something to your platform(s) where you show us what you’re actually wearing each day? I’m sure it takes a lot of effort to put together, model, photograph, and edit all the outfit options in your capsule, but even just an instagram selfie “outfit of the day” would be a really compelling (for me, anyway) dimension of the transition to dressing with less. Thanks!
I love your blog, and I’m excited to see the changes coming up. Can’t wait! Thank you for taking the time to put this together!
I just love these more thoughtful posts. It’s been such an interesting and unexpected part of creating a capsule wardrobe to find how it infiltrates other aspects of my life.
I’m really excited to see how the blog is going to change. I love your aesthetic, but it will be fascinating to see people with different tastes do a capsule. For my winter capsule I’m trying to incorporate more of a “boho” vibe and it’s been interesting to do that, but also keep it minimalist.
It’s been so fun following your journey! Happy holidays!
Congrats! That is so amazing to be moving on to the next phase of capsule wardrobing! Can’t wait to see what you decide to keep or take away!
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Looking forward to all your insights Caroline. This blog has really helped me clarify my style and clear out my closet. It is amazing what a difference a clean closet can make in your every day life.
Thanks for allowing and encouraging us to find a minimalist approach that works for us. I’m creating my 2nd capsule now. I already feel I’ve grown since my fall capsule, but I also know i’ve got some more growing to do. I look forward to the challenge of getting still and listening to my inner voice to make the best choices now. Love the article and your take on it. Can’t wait to see your winter capsule!
Jacquelyn @justjacq says
I sure am excited!
Melia Claire says
I love your blog Caroline! I’m so glad I stumbled upon it!
Thanks for sharing this article as well. Looking forward to what you will be posting in 2015!
So excited to see what comes next!
this is awesome, caroline. i love how from the start, unfancy hasn’t been about the close so much as about the person. you brining other voices in to share their own journies throughout the process is brilliant. it’s the most honest evolution of unfancy and i am so excited to continue following along. you are really a great person to the core and i am glad that the community has embraced your ideals and continues to offer this platform in which we all learn together. rock on! xo
You are such an inspiration I really want to build a capsule wardrobe. My wardrobe is so all over the place so I’m afraid it will take more than one year so I’m hoping by the end of 2016 I’ll be good to go. :D
I can’t wait to see what you have for 2015. Just discovering your blog alone has helped inspire me to live minimalist as well. Letting go of many items that I don’t use is liberating. Now I can focus more on spending time with my daughter and spouse.
Keep up the great inspiration! :)
I second all the comments about building a capsule collection that works for a business casual environment and weekend/off time! Thanks for all your inspiration, Caroline — I honestly feel like I’m more in charge of my life since I started thinking about my wardrobe (and other belongings) more critically and gratefully. I think that minimalism is essentially about removing distraction from your life, not adding to it (just as you say). Looking forward to seeing the winter capsule and an exciting 2015!
This is such a great idea! I’ve been looking for more bloggers who use minimalist wardrobes like you, and now you’re bringing them right to us! Thank you so much. I really really admire what you’re doing.
Also, WOW your hair looks great.
Martha Ware says
Love your site and everything you do. Your new hair looks awesome. PS You were even part of the catalyst that made me start my new website http://www.minimalistdecorator.com.
It takes truckloads of courage and self-discipline to pursue this and I’m rooting for you! Hopefully one day I’ll be able to join this challenge as well.. I think I’m 1/4 there actually… :) x
Anna Kristina says
I’m so excited to follow along with both your capsule wardrobe maintenance/evolution, and guest bloggers! I was interested in the idea of a capsule wardrobe, but until I found your blog, couldn’t find any great examples of how to make it happen. So THANK YOU. I fell in love with your style and the way you make a minimalist/capsule wardrobe feel manageable and attainable. As someone who wants to look good but not spend too much time day to day worrying about what to wear, your blog is fantastic. And since I live in Boston and work in a business casual office, I’m looking forward to hopefully seeing some additional tips and ideas for what a capsule wardrobe looks like for cold climates and office environments! And of course more of your thoughts on your approach to minimalism!
so exciting Caroline! I’d love to be one of the guest bloggers if you’d have me!! I’m working on my winter capsule wardrobe now! yay!
Heck yes I’m excited!! Maybe SLIGHTLY more than you, if that’s possible…
Thank you so much for your detailed posts each day with different outfits and summaries before and after each season. I am really looking forward to being in the place you are now where you are simply MAINTAINING your capsules. I’m starting from scratch right now but hope to be in the same happy ‘maintaining’ place by this time next year. Luckily here in LA we only have two seasons “hot/warm” and “cool/cold (but not east coast cold)” so hopefully I’ll have some luck staying on budget. Please don’t stop posting your outfits and advice, every little bit helps!!! cheers, KL
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