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Now here are some more guidelines that are really great to follow when you’re building
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your first capsule. Classic styles work the best, as I said. But another thing is, if
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you want to – say – put a jacket into a capsule. And you want to maybe add another jacket.
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Maybe put two jackets into your capsule. Make sure you keep one, a favorite, like a blazer
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style. But then the second jacket, you don’t want to have two blazers in there. It can
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kind of get a little bit boring. So what you want to do is maybe put something a little
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different. A little bit more of a like say a cropped jacket. That would be fun to add
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into your capsule just to give yourself a little more variety. When you’re building
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the capsule, you also have to worry about the weight of the fabrics. You don’t want
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to put in, say, a summery gauze skirt into this capsule. It’s basically knits and lightweight
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wools. That just wouldn’t work well. You would want to save that for your summer capsule.
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Now colors are very important. You need to stick with three colors to start building
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your capsule. For instance, the capsule that I’m going to show you today is based on three
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colors. Another thing you want to make sure you do is make sure the colors that you choose
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are your best colors. You never want to put a color in your capsule that looks bad on
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you or that you hate to wear. So make sure you’ve got your best colors. And the last
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but not least is, every piece of clothing in this capsule must work with at least three
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other pieces within the capsule. Really important rule. So each garment must work with three
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other pieces in the capsule. And I’m repeating that because that is one of the key elements
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to building a capsule wardrobe.