Capsule wardrobe. It's a term you've probably come across when scrolling through social media or flicking through a glossy mag (back when we used to do that).
Fashion editors have been yammering on about them for decades, and for good reason. But what exactly is a capsule wardrobe, and do you really need one?
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As Deni explained, the term "capsule wardrobe" was coined by London-based boutique owner Susie Faux in the 1970s, and then popularised by American designer Donna Karan in the 1980s, who released a collection of seven interchangeable workwear pieces.
It changed the way women got dressed every day.
"The concept of a capsule wardrobe is to take the guesswork out of getting dressed, and really, it's about knowing you have your foundation pieces and your building blocks to build your look around," Tamara said.
"It goes back to having core pieces in your wardrobe."
So, when getting dressed in the morning, it's as simple as mixing and matching those core pieces to create an outfit. No time wasted.
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But what do you actually need in a capsule wardrobe?