Virtual guides – how to create a capsule wardrobe that works for you

It’s been over two years since I ventured into the virtual world offering online service and support. I continue to offer this alongside my in-person consultations and appointments.

I’ve found the services I offer do need to be adapted for an online world. (I covered the differences between online and in-person colour analysis in the frequently asked questions here.)

This has meant that I’ve been able to work with people all over the world which is pretty pleasing if I’m honest. It’s amazing how many more ways there are to help and support people – locally or not.

Having worked with clients over a number of years, the term capsule wardrobe was always coming up but I wasn’t a fan of what you read in the glossy mags. They didn’t often align to my own thoughts and advice to clients so I decided to create my own guide!

Introducing my capsule wardrobe workbook

Initially I created this workbook to accompany my Capsule Wardrobe Workshop in November 2020. Since then, I’ve run the workshop many times and received fantastic feedback. (Visit the next event here.) I updated the workbook for my 2022 workshop earlier this year.

The workbook allows you to do-it-yourself at a speed and time to suit you. It walks you through the key stages involved in creating your own capsule wardrobe.

It’s a practical way of approaching the task. Your wardrobe is something you use every day so it needs be designed in a way that works for you.

Having been asked by people who couldn’t join the live workshop if they could received a copy of the guide, I decided to make it available as a stand-alone guide.

What’s included in the capsule wardrobe workbook

  1. Learn how to calculate the true cost of an item and why it’s important.
  2. Use my strategy to audit your wardrobe simply.
  3. Understand how to analyse your wardrobe and contents.
  4. How to plan and create a wardrobe that works for you.
  5. The difference between investment buys and fashion buys.
  6. When to use neutral and accent colours.
  7. Learn about the versatility of items.
  8. What to include in your capsule wardrobe (including an example).
  9. Checklists allowing you to identify the items you have, what gaps you have and what you need to buy.
  10. Capsule cosmetic checklist.
  11. Top tips.
  12. Discount against a consultation.

To get your hands on a copy of the workbook, you’ll find it here:

I’m working on other guides but if there’s something you’d love to get your hands on, do let me know:

Watch the video: Introducing the capsule wardrobe workshop