Minimalist Capsule Wardrobe for Spring
I never think of my minimalist capsule wardrobe for the seasons as boring. That’s why I like to add a bit of color to shake up the palette and change my style just a bit each season. Spring is a wonderful season to do just that.
When the days get longer and the sun begins to peek out of the clouds, I get excited about shedding the winter wardrobe for the bouncy, cooler spring outfits. A lightweight trench coat in beige, navy or black is an essential. Almost anywhere you live, there’s bound to be some stray showers and cool winds during the spring months.
>A flowery skirt, sleeveless dress and some red shoes to set off the season are fun to have, although not necessary for a minimalist capsule wardrobe for spring. A jacket to wear over a sleeveless shell and a striped pencil skirt to pair with a neutral blouse are essentials and can take you anywhere in style.
Here’s an example of a minimalist capsule wardrobe for spring that varies just a bit from the solid colors and styles:
When you think of a minimalist capsule wardrobe, you shouldn’t think of the word, “boring.” “Unencumbered” is the word I think of when I visualize my minimalist capsule wardrobe for spring.
Letting go of the scarves, gloves, sweaters and boots of winter and simply enjoying the freedom of less clothing that spring brings is what I’m all about. The basics of a minimalist capsule wardrobe for spring should act as building blocks for adding items that work really well with what I already have.
That cuts down on the number of items I have to purchase (remember your budget) and keeps me inspired about building a style that reflects who I am and that works for my lifestyle.
The minimalist capsule wardrobe for spring might look something like this:
As you can see, there are some additions that may not exactly fit in to what is considered the basics of a minimalist capsule wardrobe for spring, but they’re all classics and quality items that will serve you in other seasons as well and become great complements to your minimalist capsule wardrobe endeavors.
In some areas, spring may feel more like summer or winter, so you can pare down or add to your wardrobe as needed. I tend to be more cold-natured than most, so every season I plan for needs a few extra-warm items.
As you’re planning your minimalist capsule wardrobe for spring, remember that there are no set rules for complementing your basic capsule wardrobe. Your style tastes and needs are the most important things to consider.
I always have thoughts of minimalism, classic and style in the back of my mind when shopping for clothing. That way, I don’t overspend and I don’t have a cluttered closet to contend with. It’s very freeing.