Start Your Capsule Wardrobe With This Years Fall/Winter Trends
Build Your Capsule Wardrobe With This Years Fall/Winter Trends

Build Your Capsule Wardrobe With This Years Fall/Winter Trends

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Building up your own capsule wardrobe can be intimidating but having an overall theme surely helps. A capsule wardrobe can have up to 10-15 complementary pieces for you to play with which means outfit planning won’t be a hassle anymore.

So if you’re planning to start your capsule wardrobe, we’ve got just the theme for you. With the latest trends from this year’s fall/winter runway shows, we gathered a few themes that are worth the try for your capsule collection.

Shiny And Shimmering

Adding a little shimmer during the holidays is a must. Whether it’s sequins, crystals, or any other embellishments— you can pair these with pieces such as trousers, a well-tailored coat, or a simple bralette versatile for any ensemble.

Featured pieces from FENDI, VALENTINO, CAROLINA HERRERA, CELINE, VERSACE

The Barbie World

The infamous pink on Anne Hathaway that caused quite a spur. Wearing the brilliant pink with classic pieces in white is the safe option but for the bold, you can make your ensembles pop even more with a little purple and red.

Featured pieces from MICHAEL KORS, VALENTINO, CAROLINA HERRERA, VERSACE, OSCAR DE LA RENTA, CHANEL, PRADA, DOLCE&GABBANA, GIAMBATTISA VALI

The Deep Blue Sea

Vivid blues made a mark in this years fall/winter shows. Either it was coordinates or paired with neutral tones, it definitely deemed itself chic. For those who love the little blues, look for pieces in beige, taupe, or even white. 

Featured pieces from ELIE SAAB, VERSACE, CHRISTIAN SIRIANO, OFF-WHITE, CAROLINA HERRERA, LOEWE

Rays Of Marigold

The bright marigold is perfect for those who love their autumn colors. It may be a tad too bright but it’s become the go-to shade of yellow. If this color strikes you, pieces in brown hues are best suited with marigold. 

Featured pieces from MICHAEL KORS, CAROLINA HERRERA, JASON WU, LOEWE, HARDWARE LDN, ANDREW GN