Capsule Wardrobes With Nordic Simplicity

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Step by step guide to creating all kinds of personal capsule wardrobes for your style and lifestyle, with Nordic Simplicity. You don’t have to know your Season or colour tone in order to benefit from this course.

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Capsule Wardrobes With Nordic Simplicity

Chapter 1 - Introduction

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This course is for women who want to live in their clothes, not consume them.

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Important information about the companion worksheeets.

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Chapter 2 - Your Style

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Find your dream style.

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Find your Nordic style type

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Did you take the quiz yet? Read about the different style types in this lesson.

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A simple way to find your silhouette

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This is about to get very personal and interesting

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Chapter 3 - Analyzing

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We start by getting an overview of which activities that fill your time. This will be an important foundation for a sensible selection of outfits, not just a closetful of clothes.

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We all have a uniform. What's yours? Have you got several?

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Help to choose a limited colour palette for your wardrobe.

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Chapter 4 - Capsule Wardrobes

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How to transform a bunch of clothes into an outfit?

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My own formula for creating capsule wardrobes. It's so simple, and very usable for everyday life.

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A tried and true method of composing outfits

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This is where you'll need the worksheet called Capsule Wardrobes.

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Capsule wardrobes for four different Nordic style types

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A small, but important part of outfits

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It might be that you've lived so long with capsule wardrobes that you have discovered how liberating it is to have less items to choose from. Here's a nice way to pare down your wardrobe essentials to the 10 most loved items. Or, you can use these 10 items as a central sceleton on which to build a solid body of a workable wardrobe.

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Chapter 5 - Taking Stock

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Finally, time to dive into the closet and drawers.

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Chapter 6 - Onwards

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Did you discover a few holes in your selection of clothes? Do you lack one or two essential items? Here is an action plan for how to proceed.

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What about those events that don't occur very often, but that need appropriate outfits?

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Chapter 7 - Bonus Material

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Are you inspired to take a break from shopping? Here is a bonus lesson about that.

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What to do when your employer gives you your work wardrobe but there's an opportunity to use your own accessories?

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Resources and literature list

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About the teacher

Jorunn Hernes

Jorunn is a Certified Personal Colour Analyst and reveals complex colour and style in a straightforward way, because it really doesn't have to be that difficult. She believes that colour is the most direct communication, will help you build a wardrobe that is less, but better, and can come up with 57 reasons to keep your natural hair colour. She is hopelessly in love with Dr. Martens and has a sourdough named Sébastien.

  • You completely nailed it with this course! This answered every question I had. I’ve been trying to wear bright winter for 3 and a half years now, and I still keep ending up with heavy color combos when I go to actually put outfits together. And I can’t get over how helpful it is that you’re realistic about lifestyle, shopping, taste, etc. Love love love.

  • I have been reading your blogs for a while Jorunn and this was super lovely and helpful for me, being pale, Irish and fond of black! Thank you for the Nordic inspiration!

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