Capsule wardrobe recap 2017.

Dec 18, 2017 | 0 comments

I’m continuing with the new years posts for a little while still, so today I would like to share some different outfits from the past year. I’ve gathered some of my personal favourites from the year together for your here. I’m building capsule wardrobes for the third year soon, and I still enjoy it to the fullest. Maybe even a bitmore now, that I’ve rediscovered my love for secondhand clothes, so I can add a few new things with a clean conscience every season, just to spice things up a little. 2017 was the year that summer never showed up in Denmark, I lived in my Levi’s jeans almost the entire year and I fell in love with the bakerboy cap. I share daily outfits on my Instagram, but sometimes it’s nice to give some of the outfits some column space and a bit of an explanation in here too. You do have some quite deep thoughts about everything you add to your wardrobe, when you’re a minimalist like me. You can read some of these thoughts down below.

Style wise I wrote something about….

… my love for light cotton shirts during summer HERE

… summer bailing out on us in general HERE

… falling in love with the colour red HERE

… adding statement jewelry to a basic look HERE

… building a capsule filled with beautiful fall colours HERE

… becoming obsessed with a certain style of hat HERE

… how to wear white jeans, even during autumn and winter HERE

You can find more outfit posts right HERE.


Vi fortsætter strømmen af nytårsindlæg lidt endnu, og i dag vil jeg gerne dele lidt forskellige outfits fra det forgangne år med jer! Jeg har her samlet nogle af mine personlige favoritter fra året. Jeg bygger snart capsule wardrobes på mit tredje år, og jeg nyder det stadig ligeså meget som jeg hele tiden har gjort. Måske ovenikøbet lidt mere, da jeg i år for alvor har fået øjnene op for genbrugsguld, hvilket betyder, at jeg med endnu bedre samvittighed kan tilføje en ny ting eller to hver sæson, for at peppe min garderobe lidt op. 2017 var bl.a. året hvor sommeren i Danmark udeblev, jeg boede i mine Levi’s jeans stort set hele året og jeg blev forelsket i uldkasketten. Jeg deler dagligt outfits på min Instagram, men indimellem får disse outfits altså også lidt spalteplads og lidt forklaring herinde. Man gør sig jo nogle tanker, når man har en minimalistisk garderobe. Dem kan du læse mere om i det følgende.

På stilfronten skrev jeg i år noget om….

… min forkærlighed for lette bomuldsskjorter om sommeren HER

… manglende sommervejr i almindelighed HER

… at blive forelsket i farven rød HER

… at tilføje statement smykker til et basic outfit HER

… at bygge en efterårs garderobe fuld af smukke efterårsfarver HER

… at blive helt syg efter at gå med en ganske bestemt hat HER

… hvordan man kan gå med hvide jeans, selv om vinteren HER

Du kan finde alle mine outfit indlæg lige HER.


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