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    Fall/Winter Capsule Wardrobe: Key Pieces 

    Happy Monday! This past weekend I worked with a wonderful new client, a special education teacher, who is in her late 20’s. Her main wardrobe goals were to fill in the gaps with the key pieces missing from her wardrobe, learn how to update her outfits, and learn how to incorporate trends into her look. Also her biggest fashion fear was not having anything to wear. So for our styling session one of the things we did was to identify her “wish list” or items that are missing from her wardrobe. By filling in the gaps my client will have a more complete wardrobe for fall/winter. And having these foundational pieces will allow her to have the confidence to create outfits and get dressed faster so she can focus on what really matters to her.  My client’s wish list included tall boots, a moto jacket, silk layering tanks, and accessories like scarves and necklaces…to name a few. 

    So today I am sharing some of the key pieces that I recommended to my client- these are key pieces every woman should have in her wardrobe for the fall/winter season. And while this list is not inclusive it is a great place to start. 

    Head over to CAPSULE to check out these products and more and if you’re interested in starting your own capsule be sure to check out my recent post on CAPSULE FAQ’s.



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