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Why 30-40 parts? This is a number from which numerous outfits for a season can be derived. It usually doesn't need more. However, it is not about numbers. If you're happier with a few more or less pieces, then feel free!
All items of clothing should be combinable with each other.
1. Create the base.
Empty the closet and assign each item to one of the following categories: Donate, give away, or sell any clothing items that are not liked/worn. Keep mediocre clothes out of sight and discard after three months if not missed. Keep favorite pieces from another season in a box until this season. Favorite pieces of the current season are being put back in the closet. This is the basis for your capsule wardrobe.
Think about what colors suit you, what do you like the most. There should be a maximum of 4 basic colors in your wardrobe so that all parts can be combined well with each other. Make sure that patterns can also be easily combined with each other.
Use the 3 model as a guide. For example, choose three tops: a basic top, a statement top, and one that falls right in between the two. Continue like this for all garments. Depending on your lifestyle, you can then decide whether you want to add a basic piece here and there or something more original. Combine several outfits and use each part once if possible. Make a note of what is still missing.
Shoes and accessories can turn any simple basic outfit into something very special. You can also turn the impression of an outfit into the opposite. With a sturdy shoe, an elegant dress becomes hip and trendy. Feel free to try it out and experience the effect you can create with your combinations.
A capsule wardrobe saves time and energy when choosing clothes every morning. It trains concentration on the essentials – also in other areas of life. Conscious consumption of clothing leaves more money for hobbies and other things. Fewer parts in the closet are an expression of modern sustainability, as resources are conserved. The personal style becomes visible through the reduction to favorite pieces.