# capsule wardrobe # fall wardrobe

Ten-Item Wardrobe Talk-Through Fall 2020

Thank you for your amazing response to our Ten-Item Wardrobe video from Monday. Today, I'm giving you a talk-through of each core item and extra to learn more about the ten-item capsule wardrobe process. 


Here are the core items: 

Core Item #1: Kate Kasin plaid skirt This skirt was a budget buy and such a fun find. I like it because it is very lightweight and is working well with the (still) hot Southern California weather.

Extras: Mer-Sea cashmere wrapLilysilk camisole Daily12 for 12% off, Oliver Cabell mules JSCOTT10 for $10 off, Capsul custom block bracelet 

Core Item #2: SKYE Dezi dress   Jennifer20 for 20% off This is such a dreamy dress. It would make a great holiday party dress too. 

Extras: SKYE Theodora 18K gold earrings  Jennifer20 for 20% off
Ballet flats: London Sole (no longer available) ballet flats (linking similar)

Core Item #3: J. Jill wrap dress This dress is no longer available so I am linking similar ones from Draper James and and a budget option here. I truly love this neutral dress. In fact, I'm wearing it as I write this blogpost! 

Extras: Mont Kiji Secret Garden scarf code connoisseur for 20% off, ballet flats (linking similar). The scarf was designed by Junhee from Mont Kiji. What a beautiful scarf. I love the rich shade of green. 

Core Item #4 
Plaid dress by Velvet by Graham & Spencer This dress is no longer available on the Velvet website, but I found the exact dress here on Amazon. The tights are by Hipstik JEN15 for 15% off 

Core Item #5 Everlane dress I adore this dress. It's the perfect length and so comfortable... 

Extras: Oliver Cabell Suede Mule  code JSCOTT10 for $10 off 

Core Item #6: Draper James Chambray shift dress  This neutral dress is very easy and fun to style. I look forward to all of the different ways I can wear it this fall. 

Core Items 7 & 8: Lilysilk midnight blue blouse (Daily12 for 12% off) and Mott & Bow jean code JLS10 for 10% off 

My favorite thing about the Mott & Bow jeans is the crop. They work well with so many different shoes and are very flattering. 

Core Items 9 & 10: Lilysilk romantic white blouse (Daily12 for 12% off) and Mott & Bow black jean  JLS10 for 10% off This is my pirate look! Swashbuckling chic! :) 

A closer look at the extras:

Let's have a look at the sweaters, camisoles, and tee shirts...

The Mer-Sea cashmere wrap  and Lilysilk camisole (Daily12 for 12% off) The combination of silk and cashmere is so dreamy and pleasing to the touch. 

The Mer-Sea Lisbon Traveler  My favorite part about this sweater is that it does not cling to the under-arm area. It's roomy and comfortable. 

The Mer-Sea Cashmere Hampton Duster and Mott & Bow Tee shirt code JLS10 for 10% off 

I always have a striped shirt in my wardrobe no matter the season and I enjoy this boxy striped tee from Mott & Bow. The Hampton Duster is very heavy and warm and will serve me well when the weather cools down.

Let's have a look at the shoes featured this season...

The Captain Boot by the Thursday Boot Company is such a classic, high-quality boot. I have them here in muted black and Old English. They are my favorite boots by far. 

The Oliver Cabell driving shoe code JSCOTT10 $10 off You can't beat the look of a classic driving shoe. These pair so well with a slightly cropped jean. 

The Oliver Cabell dream mule code JSCOTT10 for $10 off I love these mules and have been wearing them the most when out and about. They feel like slippers. 

Let's take a look at the jewelry...

Capsul custom block bracelet JENNIFER15 for 15% off (available in brass, sterling silver, and 14K gold) I have the initials of my children's names on this custom bracelet and love how dainty and delicate it is. 

SKYE Theodora 18K gold earrings  Jennifer20 for 20% off These beautiful earrings look so elegant and Art Deco. The green adds a special touch. 

SKYE Oleana pearl earrings Jennifer20 for 20% off These cheerful earrings look like little Christmas wreaths. They are so festive. 


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Comment of the Week

Marisa writes, "One of the things I love most about the 10 item wardrobe is that I feel finished. I was walking through Nordstroms today to return shoes and I felt zero pull to buy anything new. My fall/winter wardrobe is purchased and I need nothing. Such a great feeling."

Marisa, this is so true and one of my favorite things about the ten-item wardrobe. Without boundaries, my wardrobe never felt "finished". I'm glad you are enjoying that aspect of the ten-item wardrobe too! 

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1 comment:

DD said...

Love those lace-up boots! Not so much the mules, however. I like shoes that provide absolutely stable footing. Back in the 1970s clogs were the big thing. I saved my pennies, bought an expensive and high quality pair, but I kept "backing out" of them. Seemed dangerous so I sold them to a friend who said she gripped with her toes to keep open backed shoes/clogs on! Lost $$ on that deal but I didn't want to have to think about my feet and shoes. Maybe I just walk funny!
Enjoyed the video. I love fall and the clothes it stands up in!