The insta-wardrobe strikes again!

You might remember (of course you remember – surely you’ve been eagerly devouring every single post I’ve written?) that a few weeks ago I wrote a post on putting together an I’ve-just-been-analysed-and-I-have-no-clothes capsule wardrobe. The sample wardrobe that I put together happened to be for the Winter palette, but I’ve had requests from at least two other seasons to produce a similar guide for them, so this week I thought I’d oblige.

As before, I’ve stuck to a few simple rules:

  1. A set budget – all of the wardrobes shown below come in under the £500 mark
  2. All the colours need to tone together. This should happen naturally if you stick to the colours for your season, but I’ve kept it seriously foolproof in this guide to minimise the room for errors
  3. Stick to one or two neutrals, one or two basic colours and no more than two accent colours, to give maximum scope for mixing and matching the wardrobe.

Spring

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crossover cardi, bright navy marl £69

audrey skirt, midnight blue £59

full length leggings, chocolate £35

crossover tunic, bluebell £59

camisole, aqua £22

infinity scarf, aqua £25

cotton scoop henley, geranium £39

poncho, poppy £85

willow scarf, shocking pink £15

long sleeve v neck, soft white £35

long camisole, soft white £25

total £468

 

Summer
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tara trousers, mole £59

city pencil skirt, mole £55

long cascade, cornflower £49

long camisole, soft violet £25

cashmere gauze stole, forget me not £89

lace camisole, soft orchid £26

ruched crossover, soft orchid £42

merino wrap, mint aqua marl £79

infinity scarf, soft teal £25

v neck sweater, light grey £45

total £494

 

Autumn

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3/4 sleeve wrap dress, blackberry £75

camisole, blackberry £22

Audrey skirt, aubergine £59

poncho, moroccan blue £85

willow scarf, deep kingfisher £15

leggings, deep teal £35

slash neck long sleeve, paprika £39

cashmere gauze stole, burnt orange £89

short sleeve sweater, mustard, £35

round neck cardi, mustard £45

total £499

 

And, so you don’t feel left out, here’s the Winter wardrobe that we started withessentials

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