weekly capsule: vol. 2

In my last post, I talked about my first week’s capsule and each outfit that I created! It was a lot of fun and got some great feedback! This week I did a brand new capsule with eight new items. Read on to see the outfits I made with these items and to shop these looks!

Day 1

This was one of my fancier outfits with a ruffle wrap dress, OTK boots, and blush crossbody. I loved these OTK boots and they fit so well! I high;y recommend these for petite ladies!

day 2

Lately I have been loving all black looks so I paired my destroyed black denim with a black and white tee and my black faux suede moto. This is not my usual style, but I really liked it!

day 3

I love the idea of pairing a dress with sneakers. I think it is such a cool look. I added my converse and moto jacket to this dress to give a classed up casual look. 

day 4

This was a super easy casual look! I mixed my cold shoulder sweater with my destroyed black denim and converse. I added a scarf and one of my favorite crossbody bags. 

day 5

Just like with the dress, I thought it would be really fun to wear converse with this golden pecan skirt. This is another super cool look that is also slightly dressed up.

day 6

Here is my fanciest look of the week. I absolutely loved this outfit. As a mom of a 1 year old I don’t have many opportunities to get dressed up and it was so much fun! Adding the moto jacket, necklace, and fancier crossbody really dressed the whole outfit up!

day 7

Another easy and casual look! Nothing like jeans, a tee, and some Converse!

day 8

The last and final outfit of this week’s capsule had some great contrast with the boots and skirt. It was like Halloween! Some people might not like that, but I thought it was super cute!

I hope you’ve enjoyed this capsule! Hopefully it has inspired you and your creativity so you can get some more use out of all the amazing pieces you own! 

Shop this capsule down below!

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An education blog created by Kim. A former elementary school teacher turned stay-at-home mom. Useful tips and tricks from a teacher to parents.

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