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My athleisure capsule wardrobe results

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I just wrapped up my 10-day Athleisure Capsule Wardrobe Challenge, and I am so excited to share the results with you! Iโ€™ve been posting my #ootd on Instagram, and overall, Iโ€™m rating this challenge a smashing success. Below, Iโ€™m sharing the great, the lessons learned, and the times I broke the rules.


The great

It was way easier to get dressed.

This is the hands down, number one benefit. I am one of those people who stands in her (way too full) closet bitching and moaning about how she has nothing to wear. After ten minutes of grumpily and loudly hating everything I own, I reach for the same olโ€™ tried and true pieces, again and again.

LaterGram! I forgot to post my #ootd yesterday for my athleisure capsule wardrobe challenge. This is day 6. Wearing @prana pants, @athleta top, @madewell necklace, and @loft sunnies. #sweatpink #athleisure #pranafallstyle17 #pranastyle #powerofshe #loftstyle #capsulewardrobe #feelamazingeveryday #madewell

71 Likes, 8 Comments - Alyse Mason Brill (@alysemb) on Instagram: "LaterGram! I forgot to post my #ootd yesterday for my athleisure capsule wardrobe challenge. This..."

 

So, really, moving to a capsule collection just legitimized what I was already doing, but saved me a little time. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Every time I started to think, ugh, what am I going to wear today, Iโ€™d realize, oh, right, my choices are super limited! YAY!

I forgot about clothes.

Ever have one of those days when you get to work or catch a glimpse in a mirror and you think, ugh, what am I wearing, and why? Either itโ€™s uncomfortable, or you put together a new combination and something about it is off, or for whatever reason youโ€™re just not feeling it that day?

Happens to me all the time. Except for these last ten days, when I basically forgot about what I was wearing, in the best way possible. Limiting myself to my favorite pieces meant my outfits just faded (happily) into the background.


Lessons learned

My shirts were too similar.

I chose my three favorite athleisure tops because, hey, theyโ€™re my favorites, and they can all be dressed up or down.

Three different shirts... same look.

I went into it thinking that their cut and necklines were different enough that theyโ€™d add some interest to my daily outfits. However, they were all pretty similar, especially on camera: they were all essentially patterned tops with a white base. If I had to do it again, Iโ€™d try for a little more visual diversity.

No layers = boring outfits.

Compounding my too-similar tops was that I was working with basically no layers to help mix it up.

 

Itโ€™โ€™s still around 90 degrees every day in Austin, so adding scarves, jackets, or other layers that would help make my daily outfits look different was basically a no-go.


The times I broke the rules

I needed a nicer option.

When I was planning the capsule, I forgot about Yom Kippur. I needed a dress to wear to services, so I chose a basic black number that is essentially a fancier version of my beloved prAna dress. It felt like a legitimate cheat.

I wore the same thing twice.

I totally wore the same outfit twice, two days in a row. I *did* do laundry that night, but, well, the outfit worked so well for me that I just had to wear it again. ๐Ÿ™‚


Whatโ€™s next?

I am definitely doing this again. Especially as the weather cools down, so that I can add a little more variety into my capsule, at least for the purposes of sharing on social media. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Are you interested in joining me next time? Let me know in the commentsโ€”Iโ€™d love to do this with friends! ๐Ÿ™‚

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