Pretty much 100% of my closet is casual, weekend wear.
Half-ish of that is “cool” clothes. Ankle booties. Slouchy sweaters. Supermom jeans.
The other half-ish is sportier clothes. Sneakers. Ball caps. Fleece jackets.
There’s a split, even within my casual style.
And it got me to thinking: So many of you have asked about creating a capsule when your life calls for two different styles, like office wear and weekend wear. But I never felt like I could address that question because I work from home and my closet is almost entirely casual.
Until I noticed this split.
In the past, I’ve tended to consider my “cool” clothes my capsule, and leave the sporty clothes out entirely, but why? Both are equally important in my life.
It’s easy to get caught up on creating an all this or all that wardrobe — especially in capsule land. But our wardrobes, our capsules even, can reflect the variety of our lives — they’re meant to.
So I’m widening my definition. I’m excited to show you both sides and get into a discussion about thoughtfully including two (or more) different styles in your wardrobe.
And on that note, I’ve been reorganizing my closet and getting it ready for it’s own post! I can’t wait to share it with you!
So, if you have any questions about how I organize my closet, or frustrations you have when it comes to organizing your closet, let me know in the comments.
And … have a happy weekend!
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01 | Long sleeve tee by Halogen (comfiest base layer ever)
03 | Black jeans (old) | similar (made responsibly)
04 | Trainers by Veja (made responsibly) Fit note: They run true to size. I’m a size 7 in most shoes and the 38 fit perfectly.