Capsule Wardrobes

The original term "capsule wardrobe" was coined in the '70s by Susie Faux, the owner of a boutique in London called Wardrobe. The concept is simple: downsize your wardrobe to only a few essential staples (Faux suggested 12 or less) that are interchangeable, colour coordinated, and season-less. The key to a capsule wardrobe is high quality basics that won't go out of style (nothing too trendy). 

Capsule Wardrobes not only saves you money, but grants you more time and headspace to focus on what you are doing instead of focusing on what you'll be wearing. This method has been adopted by some of the most famous folks like Mark Zuckerberg, but we all know as femme folks if we were to walk into a room with the same 5 black t-shirts on-- we wouldn't be taken as serious. Our team adopted this model with the fierce femme in mind and pulled pieces from the best independent brands and designers that design for utility and style for the modern professional. 

Check out our crowdfunding video for a little more info: