Lifestyle and fashion blogger Larissa of Living in Color shares a February Capsule Wardrobe. You can check out weeks 4 and 5 now.

Lifestyle and fashion blogger Larissa of Living in Color shares a February Capsule Wardrobe. You can check out weeks 4 and 5 now. It’s hard to believe that the capsule wardrobe challenge is over! My final thoughts and the outfit details for all of these looks can be found below, so be sure to keep reading! Also, if you haven’t read about the Capsule Wardrobe Challenge yet be sure to head over to the introduction post (with video), capsule update week 1 post, and my capsule update weeks 2 and 3 post so you can catch up before you read this one.


DAY 19 OUTFIT: similar top | jeans | booties | similar hat
DAY 20 OUTFIT: sweater |jeans | shoes
DAY 22 OUTFIT: dress | similar hat (or here)
DAY 23 OUTFIT: similar cardigan | tee | Shop Stevie pants | booties
DAY 24 OUTFIT: similar cardigan | top (sold out) | jeans  | booties | Gigi Pip hat c/o
DAY 25 OUTFIT: dressleggings | similar hat
DAY 26 OUTFIT: leggings | tee | similar cardigansimilar hat
DAY 27 OUTFIT: top (sold out) | jeans  | Gigi Pip hat c/o
DAY 28 OUTFIT: sweaterleggings | similar hat


My favorite pieces that I found I didn’t get sick of were the basic tee dresses, button-up blouses, and my white top. I think I repeated that white top like seven times, ha! I also really love the light wash distressed denim. Even though the challenge is over, I’m still styling those items on repeat. That’s when you know you’ve found a great closet staple, right?


Blogger Probs

My overall critique is that I feel like I could do this on a seasonal basis, but with more pieces. Part of the struggle (just being honest here) is the nature of my job as a blogger, who likes to/wants to share deals and steals with you. I struggle with wearing the same pieces and not being able to style anything new, especially at the turn of a new season. I obviously had to cheat a bit and wear other items for photos for the blog, so that was a bit of a bummer.

Laundry Probs

Because my current closet is so overwhelmingly giant I don’t have to do laundry very often. I’d say I wash my clothes every other week. I do so much laundry for the house (towels, etc.) and for my husband and Grace, that I try to limit how much of my own laundry I have to do. That being said, with the capsule wardrobe, frequent laundry is a must, so it did add to my workload a bit (no pun intended) ha!

Minimalism is Relaxing

I loved waking up in the morning and not worrying about the outfit I’ll put together. I would walk in, just choose a top, pants, etc, from my limited closet of just 30 pieces, and get dressed without much thought. Because most of the pieces were neutral I also didn’t worry about matching. (Black and brown don’t clash anymore – FYI.) Picking out my outfit was a relaxing ritual in the morning.

Seasonal Capsules

I think I will likely do a bigger version of the capsule wardrobe by season, rather than doing it by month. I honestly feel like my closet is SO much bigger than it needs to be, so I am thrilled with the idea of purging at least 3/4 of what is in there right now. Do you pack up your winter clothes? We don’t really have seasons here. Sometimes it can be 80 in the “winter” so I honestly feel like I have to keep my clothes accessible at all times, but if you live somewhere where you can pack up cold clothes in warm weather, and vice versa, I encourage you to try it out!

I’d love for you to try out a capsule wardrobe and see if it’s something that would work for you! If you do try it out, let me know! I want to see your results and hear what you think. You can also share with others by using the hashtag: #LICCAPSULEWARDROBE. Thank you so much for reading!

Lifestyle and fashion blogger Larissa of Living in Color shares a February Capsule Wardrobe. You can check out weeks 4 and 5 now.

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  1. What a great idea!! I have heard of these challenges but haven’t read an actual blog on it. I love what you outfits you put together with those pieces!! It’s amazing how much we love our white tees. But yes, it definitely does add to the laundry and having 3 littles myself I try to avoid mine too…hehehe


  2. Love this idea! Such basic pieces that can go a long way!
    Need the white stripped top!

    xx, Jamie

  3. You absolutely crushed this capsule challenge!! All you’re looks managed to stay so unique and fresh, I love this idea!

    xx Mollie

  4. This is such an interesting idea! I’ve always wanted to try and do this, but I’m not sure I’m creative enough to come up with so many outfit ideas

    xx Nina

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