If It’s Time For A New You,
It’s Time For A Lean Capsule Wardrobe.
Have you ever thought about the similarities between feeling too full after the festive season and a bulging wardrobe?
It doesn’t make sense to aim for a new or a leaner version of yourself whilst leaving your wardrobe uncomfortably full.
Editing a wardrobe isn’t always the easiest task, especially when you’ve other new year resolutions to fulfil or have taken on new work commitments and projects. Get it done in one day with a professional wardrobe edit from a lean-thinking personal stylist.
Book a Wardrobe Edit or be ruthless with your own wardrobe review.
- Get rid of those pieces that you don’t wear and won’t wear.
- The ones you don’t like and never did like.
- The ones that don’t fit properly and the dodgy Sales buys.
The trick is to have your clothes streamlined into a capsule wardrobe, with pieces chosen to reflect You – your personality. From signature business dresses to outfits that you can choose at a moment’s notice and that will compliment your physique and lifestyle.
“Caroline is the secret weapon behind my wonderful revamped wardrobe.
Caroline’s skill at interpreting what I was looking for means I now have clothes that I love and that I can put together effortlessly”.
This simple and elegant neutral 5-piece capsule will start off your new look.
5-piece capsule wardrobe key pieces
CWC style tip: Navy and Milk are key colours this Spring
Get lean with a fully functioning slick easy-to-manage capsule wardrobe.
The 6-piece capsule wardrobe also uses navy as a base together with grey.
I’ve added lime as a seasonal colour to bring a colourful accent to the gloomy days of January.
Extend it by bringing in another new Spring colour: lilac.
If you’d like a Wardrobe Edit or a brand new capsule wardrobe for the new or leaner You,
click here to request a complimentary 30-minute lifestyle consultation.
Click here to read this week’s Newsletter.
- How to edit your own wardrobe.
- Discover 2018 Spring colours in this week’s Newsletter.
- Click here to read 12 January 2018 Newsletter
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