Let's Build your Perfect Wardrobe

Capsule wardrobes are trendy AF for a reason.

What is a capsule wardrobe?

In short, it’s a curated collection of clothes that fit your body, your lifestyle, your taste, and the season. A capsule wardrobe can be mixed and matched to create a practically limitless number of outfits.

WHy have one?

Define your style.
The practice of editing your closet helps you identify the colors, fits, and styles that you love most. There’s nothing quite like opening your closet and loving everything you see!

Take the stress out of getting dressed.
Having a limited number of pieces in a coordinated color scheme and style means it’s easy to throw together an outfit, and you can save energy for more important decisions than what to wear.

Buy better clothes.
When you limit the amount you shop, you’ll be able to afford the quality things you really want.

Live with less.
It’s not about suffering — a capsule wardrobe is a great path to owning fewer clothes and simultaneously create a greater number of outfit possibilities.

the process

It starts with a conversation about what you love, what you don’t, and what you want to achieve. To get to know you, I’ll send you a questionnaire and then we’ll hop on the phone. Grab a glass of wine or a settle in with a cup of tea — I have a lot of questions.

Next, we’ll be taking a good, hard look at what you have. Together, we’ll pile up the contents of your closet — tops, bottoms, dresses, shoes, and outerwear — and try on each piece. You’ll keep only what you love (and I’ll help you deal with the rest).

I’ll document what you have and together we’ll identify any gaps you’ll want to fill to make your wardrobe fun and functional. With your budget, taste, and color palette in mind, I can make you a shopping list.

Shop the list at your own pace. If it’s helpful, we’ll get together once more to try everything on. You’ll keep what works and ship back what doesn’t.

Finally, I’ll leave you with simple guidelines to help you maintain your capsule until the seasons change. Voilà!