January 21

Capsule Wardrobe inspired by a sweater

Capsule wardrobe inspired by a sweater

A favourite sweater.

One you wear almost every day. It's a perfect starting point for planning a capsule wardrobe.

Watch the video to see how I built this wardrobe, and leave a comment below to let me know your thoughts about it.

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Jorunn Hernes

Jorunn is a Certified Personal Colour Analyst, founder of Nordic Simplicity and Scandinavian Style Academy™, the fresh, simple, Scandinavian approach to getting dressed. Jorunn will avoid social settings with more than three people but can be lured out with snacks and the promise to talk about books.

  • This is so clever! From summer to winter just add one more top and a coat and double the number of possible outfits! Or that’s how it seems. I’m looking forward to the next capsules – and maybe learn the skill myself. Thank you Jorunn for these lessons!

    • Hello Kaffesoester! Yes, that’s exactly how it works! Once you have a core wardrobe that truly fits you, your colours and your lifestyle, all you have to do is tweak and add a few items to adapt to the different seasons. Genius, isn’t it?

  • Oh, how delightful! I love seeing the possibilities here, and for both warmer and cooler seasons as well. I love how you’ve shown that softness doesn’t have to equate with frumpiness. Thank you so very much! My mind is taking flight with ideas- thank you!

    • Hello Deanna, I’m so glad you liked it. Yes, soft and comfy clothing is not necessarily frumpy, and we can dress with style even when causal and in times of working from home. It was also important for me to make the point that a capsule wardrobe is never static. We add to it and take away according to the time of year and the situations we’re dressing for. The point is to have a core of high-quality clothes that are more or less there all the time, and then we expand and change it!

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