Winter has finally arrived, and with it a breath of fresh air as I switch over my capsule wardrobe. I learned a lot from last season's capsule and I'm beginning to feel more comfortable with my style choices.
It's still a challenge to resist the urge to snap up a cute-and-cheap-but-useless-in-two-months piece every once in a while, but every time I add a classic, ethically made, slow fashion piece to my wardrobe it feels more and more complete. Also, with our recent downsizing move and the subsequent reduction in my closet space, I'm glad I began capsuling when I did. So here are my picks for the next three months. As a refresher, here are my personal rules:
What doesn’t count:
The following list links many of my items to similar, ethically made ones I found online, though I did link directly to the pieces that are still available from their ethical sources!
sweater tunic | green top | black turtleneck | maroon sweater
navy dress | plaid flannel | chambray top
navy cardigan | black sweater | khaki trench
black pencil skirt | dark wash skinnies | black skinnies
oxfords | outdoor boots | black ankle boots | cognac booties (ethical alternative)