A Classic Black Skirt
I will always have a love for classic styles that make getting dressed in the morning easier. A black skirt is one of those styles. It can be styled a million and one ways. And it goes with almost anything in your wardrobe. Buying classic items is essential in order to lay down a foundation for a curated wardrobe that is easy to style many ways. Having a wardrobe filled with these staple items that don’t go out of fashion was the original definition of a Capsule Wardrobe a term that was first used by Susie Faux.
Establishing Wardrobe Staples
Establishing these staple pieces in your own wardrobe is the first step when building a functional wardrobe. Also, I want to make a point that you are not doing it wrong if you have a lot of clothes. The size of the capsule does not matter. The reason being is that everything depends on each individual’s style and lifestyle. I believe you can still have a capsule wardrobe with a lot of clothes because it is nice to have a variety of options.
Items You Can Wear Every Season
Especially ones that you wear seasonally, every year. And just as long as these options were thoughtfully bought with the intention to wear them forever. Once you find something you love to wear you may find the need for the same style in a different color that will complement neglected colors and styles that you already own. The most practical solution to this situation is to buy what you love in another color.
The Son de Flor Black Skirt
This simple black skirt adds a bold statement to my wardrobe that is also functional for so many occasions. The midi length, full skirt, and the linen material make for a flattering design that can either be dressed up or dressed down. I really love the functionality of a skirt in the wintertime. It is a style that I wear most often during this season. And I love layering skirts with all different kinds of cozy layers. Like this extremely warm vintage fair isle sweater. And knitted beanie and mittens. The perfect casual style to transition from a cozy morning in a cabin to an afternoon adventure through Rocky Mountain National Park.