Some of My Favorite Capsule Looks This Spring
I’ve been spending so much time this year expanding on my first concept for The Tiny Closet. “The Capsule” that I haven’t put out as many new designs or limited seasonal pieces as previous years. Instead of feeling the disappointment from my amazing loyal shoppers though, I instead got such positive feedback and support on my endeavors that most of my Capsule pieces are best sellers! Thanks to those who have shopped this special collection, I am able to continue expanding it to make it a truly bonafide capsule wardrobe for all.
I also receive a lot of photos from happy Capsule shoppers showing a plethora of ways to wear these pieces. It makes me realize that I’m long overdue for a style feature of my own! Not that it looks like y’all need more ideas but… I wanna play too! So I made a blog post on some of the Capsule pieces I’m living in this Spring and how I’m styling them with other fun basics from my closet. Take a look!
So The Tourist Range was one of my latest additions to The Capsule. I find I’ve been wearing the dress and top from this range daily.
The Tourist Dress is a favorite everyday dress for me. Actually, I randomly cut the hem on this one and frayed it but it’s perfect with practically any jacket, especially a denim one, which we all tend to have. I also, though rarely wear hats with this range. And some Southwestern booties or mules!
We also tend to have a pair of khakis or linen pants or cotton slacks lying around. The Tourist Top has been working great with this type of common basic bottom. It’s like a tee but a nicer woven version.
I adore this top in bone, and the drape? Hunnnny. It’s like water. It’s gorgeous and I wish I could take all the credit - even though I designed it, the fabric is what makes it amazing. And my go-to bottoms for these is of course any pair of denim or fun seasonal khaki.
But speaking of tees, I love my tee range!! And I’ve been wearing The Work Tee like crazy. Since it’s a tee, I can truly wear it with anything casual - plus, because of its incredible drape, it never looks scrubby or frumpy with higher end looks.
One big piece I’ve been wearing for a long time is The Editor Open Coat… It’s my favorite design - maybe because it took the longest time to release and over a dozen fittings. Oy! But it looks fabulous on EVERYONE!
I throw it on and go all the time. And I do live in L.A. so this coat really can travel through the seasons but I wore it over a couple layers during the Winter in Washington and I did quite well. I also love wearing the mossy olive green for Spring :)
Anyway, that’s what I’ve been living in this season. It’s funny, I’m such a minimalist with a very paired down wardrobe but oddly enough I do go through phases with my favorites. I’m excited for some upcoming Summer stylings with some new releases coming!
So I hope you enjoyed this feature and stay tuned for more!