The weather’s been teasing a few glimpses of Spring sunshine and ooooooooh, the temptation to hop onto ASOS and buy all the skirts and sandals and sunnies and swimwear has been STRONG…
I absolutely love the idea of keeping a capsule wardrobe, but in practice this gal needs options. I’m a bit of a hoarder – it has to be said – and for that reason I have to make sure I do a little bit of a wardrobe audit at the start of every season just to see exactly what I’ve got and what I need (or, more importantly, what I don’t need)…
It’s the little things that tend to keep me going this time of year. You know, something decent to binge watch away those dark nights, fresh recipes to try, colourful spring fashion, and a good ol’ routine that’ll help me keep on top of things – as well as slicing in a little time to do the things I really love.
Autumn Fashion Edit: 5 New Things
It’s been absolutely boiling here in Cardiff this week which is just typical, innit? And there was me all ready to bust out the big jumpers, boots and scarves. I took Bungle for a walk earlier in the week and ended up coming back a sweaty mess! Still, it’s getting colder every morning and I can’t wait to really get into my Autumn wardrobe – including these five things I picked up recently.
Who wants a bulging case and last minute panics about what to wear when you want to be out and about exploring anyway? Here’s how to plan a travel capsule wardrobe in five easy steps.