How to Build Your Spring Capsule Wardrobe for Less

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Spring is coming quickly, at least where I live (sorry, New Englanders! May is a loooong way off, I know). Our new city has the craziest weather: one week it’s FREEZING with six inches of snow, and the next week it’s almost 60 degrees.

Those 60 degree weeks got me thinking about my spring clothes sitting in deep storage downstairs. While steady warm weather won’t be here for a while, now is a great time to start thinking about getting out those pieces to prep for your spring capsule wardrobe.

You need to see exactly what you have, so you know what you need to look for now in order to be ready once that steady nice weather hits! Looking early can help you find the best deals to stick to your budget.

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7 Tips to Build a Capsule Wardrobe for Kids on a Budget

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There’s a huge misconception about capsule wardrobes that they need to cost a fortune. This is NOT true! I created capsule wardrobes for my kids, even on a tight budget.

Frugal living and minimalism can go together.

That being said, I know that building a capsule wardrobe for kids can be challenging, especially if you don’t have regular access to hand-me-downs or a wealthy grandparent who loves to shower your children with new clothes.

If you need to purchase clothing on your own and money is tight, creating capsule wardrobes for your kids can actually help

It will save your sanity and your pocketbook!

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The Capsule Wardrobe: How to Get Started and Why You Need One

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Inside: In my opinion, moms need capsule wardrobes more than anyone else, but they don’t need to cost a fortune. Capsule wardrobes are for frugal and non-fashionista mamas, too!

In a world chock full of choices at our fingertips, we parents suffer decision fatigue more than others because we make decisions for more than one person ALL. THE. TIME.

Building a capsule wardrobe significantly reduces that decision fatigue.

Capsule wardrobes also save money, but the best part is that they simultaneously save time and energy. What mom doesn’t need that?

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