Are you tired of spending countless hours in front of your wardrobe every morning, trying to piece together an outfit that works? Or perhaps you're sick of constantly buying new clothes, only to realize they don't match anything else you own? If so, it's time to consider the benefits of a capsule wardrobe with a cohesive colour palette.
Colour coordination is key when it comes to building a functional wardrobe. By choosing a colour palette that works for you, you'll be able to mix and match different pieces with ease, creating countless outfits quickly and effortlessly. This not only saves you time, but also reduces the clutter in your wardrobe since you can create more outfits with less pieces.
On top of that, having a capsule wardrobe that is more usable in different settings makes shopping more intentional. Instead of buying items that are trendy or eye-catching, you will focus on purchasing quality pieces that are likely to be worn more often, making the most out of your investment. That's music to our ears over here at BettyxBow!
1. Pink, Burgundy, White, Black
You don't have to channel your inner Elle Woods to rock a feminine colour palette (but we also won't discourage you). At BettyxBow, we believe that every woman can express her love for a feminine flair in an elevated way. Whether you're in the mood for soft pastel shades or bold, vibrant hues, we've got you covered. Our pieces are designed to help you embrace your femininity and make a statement wherever you go.
If you're in the market for a capsule wardrobe colour palette, we highly recommend giving pink, burgundy, white, and black a try. These colours are incredibly versatile and can be mixed and matched in countless ways. From playful daytime looks to chic evening ensembles, you'll never run out of options. Trust us! It's a VIBE.
2. Black and White Everything
With minimalist and monochromatic outfits filling our closets and Instagram feeds, it's hard not to be drawn to the allure of a black and white wardrobe. It's also incredibly easy to implement - especially if you are new to the idea of a capsule wardrobe! Here at BettyxBow, we specialize in elevating your everyday staples and that often means leaning into these "core" colours (and we are not complaining!). If you are ready to lean into a monochromatic look or rock a "same outfit every day" corporate look, shop the pieces you might be missing here.
3. Blues + Grey Tones
When it comes to creating a cohesive colour palette for your capsule wardrobe, blues and greys can be another popular choice. While black and white are classic colours that never go out of style, they can sometimes look harsh and stark, especially for those with fairer skin tones. On the other hand, blue and grey tones can help to soften a look, while still maintaining a sleek and sophisticated feel. These neutral colours pair well with a range of other hues and work equally well for both casual and formal occasions. Whether you prefer light, airy shades of blue or deeper, moodier greys, incorporating these tones into your wardrobe is a smart choice for any fashion-conscious individual looking to elevate their style.
4. Multi-Colour Muted Tones
If you love wearing a variety of colours, we don't want you to feel like you have to limit yourself! A capsule wardrobe is designed to help you not stifle you so if you love to wear different colours, our biggest tip would be to try to stick to the same tones! Here at BettyxBow for example, we design all of our clothes in muted colour palettes so each piece can be worn effortlessly with everything else in your wardrobe!
Putting Together a Capsule Wardrobe in 2023
We are BIG fans of a capsule wardrobe over here because it encourages shopping intentionally and allows you to embrace your inner fashionista. Make sure to follow us on Instagram for more capsule wardrobe tips (I'm currently rebuilding my own capsule wardrobe after losing most of my clothes in an Ontario flood!) and would love to see you over there! In the meantime, head here to read more tips about putting together your capsule wardrobe in 2023!