# 10 Item Wardrobe # fall capsule wardrobe

Outfits of the Week + New Charm Bracelet

I'm sharing another week of outfits from my fall ten-item capsule wardrobe in today's video. It was an odd week, with each day at nearly 90 degrees F! I'm sorry I am not showing you boots and coats but the weather here is not there yet. I'll make up for it when we travel to England this winter...

I'm also exploring the world of charm bracelets today. I have always loved the look of charm bracelets and love the tinkling sound they make even more. I chose the components of this bracelet from Jeulia Jewelry (code JENNIFERAV15 gives 15% off).

The bracelet is composed of the basic bangle sterling silver bracelet, starry night safety chain, and heart with blue stone charm. Their sterling silver bracelets are delightful!

Here are the outfits for this week:

On Sunday I'm wearing the J.Jill charcoal wrap dress with a braided headband and navy ballet flats (linking similar). On my nails: Vendetta by Londontown (code JenniferS gives 25% off first-time orders) and my phone case is Casetify

On Monday I'm wearing the Everlane Japanese picnic dress over a half-tee with my nude patent sandals and Ana Luisa earrings (code Jennifer10 gives $10 off first-time orders)

On Tuesday I'm wearing the Zara tunic dress (linking similar) with black leggings and a velvet scrunchie.

On Wednesday I'm wearing the Burgundy floral dress with a navy cardigan, navy bow sandals (similar), and Ana Luisa earrings

On a blustery Thursday I'm wearing Cream v-neck cashmere sweater code JLS10, black cropped jeans code JLS10 for 10% off, nude ballet flats, infinity belt

On Friday it's the Midnight floral dress (similar) under a cropped twist black tee for a new layered look. In my hair is the velvet scrunchie.

I hope you enjoy today's video and that it gives you capsule wardrobe inspiration.


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Kathleen writes, "If we spend one-third of our time sleeping, then a little arithmetic may be in order: spend one-third of your fashion budget on sleepwear. (Not all at once! Over time; and be frugal and wise in your choices.) For fun, set aside a special portion of your closet for these clothes and a special drawer (lined with, say, Crabtree & Evelyn scented paper) so that pajamas and nightgowns are not crammed up against a sea of sweats, and bathrobes are not posted on a hook behind some hidden door. Thanks so much. I may be a surgeon, but I'm a homemaker first. And chic, I hope. I love your channel. Look forward to every post. Doc"

Doc, I loved your comment. I never thought about how much time we spend in our sleepwear. You are so right! Thanks for your great comment.

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Mimi Gregor said...

I don't like to wear bracelets, as I find them to be distracting at times when they fall onto my hand as I'm doing something. Also, truth be told, my hands are not my best feature, so I choose not to emphasize them. I do like charms, however, even with my aversion to bracelets. My solution? A charm necklace. I found a short silver chain necklace that had wide enough links to accommodate charms. Then when I had charms that I liked, I would get out my needle-nosed pliers and attach the charms to the necklace, with the larger charms to the front, medium ones on either side, smallest ones beyond those. I always get compliments on it when I wear it, and it's not in the way the way a bracelet would be. Occasionally, I may have to re-jigger some of the charms when I get a new one that fits in a place that's already taken, as I do like to keep them in graduated sizes.

Kristyn Hall said...

This is totally off subject, but I hope your family is well! With all the news we hear from CA concerning wildfires and power outages, your family has been on my mind. Saying a prayer for you all... ♡

The Daily Connoisseur said...

Mimi, that is so clever. I bet it's gorgeous! Wish I could see a picture.

Kristyn, Thank you! We are OK. I had to drive into the fire zone yesterday when I went to LA but our family is fine. Thank you for your concern!

Lots of love to both of you ladies,

Jennifer xx