SAHMonday: Spring Closet Staples Series

Welcome to another edition of SAHMonday – outfit inspiration just for the stay at home and work from home moms of the world (like me!) who aren’t heading out of the house on Monday morning.  You can check out the other outfits in this series here.

These outfits are perfect for when you want to feel comfortable, yet put together, so that you can face the day and any errands you may need to run.  Plus, most of these outfit formulas can be pulled straight from your closet!

Closet Staples Series

While we wait for spring to arrive, I thought it would be fun to explore some of the spring outfits from the new Closet Staples Capsule Wardrobe Builder.  If you’re not familiar with it, this is my online styling program to help you rebuild your closet with staples that you can use year-round.  It also includes 64 mix and match outfit ideas that cover all four seasons of the year. For the next three Mondays, I’ll be styling a different spring outfit from this capsule wardrobe.

Today I’m styling Outfit 4 from the spring capsule – a navy sweater, olive jeans, a tassel necklace and taupe booties. Here’s my inspiration outfit.


Closet Staples Spring Outfit Formula

Navy Sweater + Olive Jeans + Tassel Necklace + Taupe Booties

Remember – you can try out this outfit formula using pieces from your closet. Be creative and substitute where you need to! Because I shop my closet a lot, sometimes my pieces are no longer available but I link up similar items. 

My rose gold tassel necklace, rose gold and cubic zirconia earrings and tortoise clover bracelet were all recently added to the GYPO Collection for spring.

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Closet Staples Casual Capsule Wardrobe Builder

If you’re rebuilding your wardrobe, the Closet Staples Casual Capsule Wardrobe Builder is a great place to start! I give you all the tools you need to rebuild your wardrobe.  You can spend as much or as little as you want (most women shop their closets first). You also get 64 days of mix and match outfit ideas created from pieces on the list that cover all four seasons of the year – that’s 16 outfits per season.  Plus most pieces on the shopping list are used in more than one season – saving you money and allowing for less stuff, more style.  Learn more and download it immediately HERE.