How to Create a Capsule Wardrobe: Europe for 21 Days in Spring


I have been wanting to attempt to create a capsule wardrobe for the past few years, admiring how chic, simple and effortless they can make your days. However, I have never had the guts to go through my entire closet and narrow it down to 33, 25, or however many pieces. The idea of the capsule wardrobe is to live a more minimal life, spending more money on quality clothing items that will last the test of time, and buying in less to fashion trends, especially harsh patterns that may not always be in style. It is a great way to get more out of your current wardrobe, spend less money and waste less time deciding what to wear, since pretty much all pieces go with each other. For this reason, most items in a capsule wardrobe are solid in colour, however you can choose a few bold pieces that may be bright, patterned, or textured that help to give the wardrobe some personality. My favourite blogs that  have heaps more information about creating a capsule wardrobe are:  Un-FancyThe Anna Edit, and The Effortless Chic. If you would like to know more about capsule wardrobes, I would recommend you check out these blogs which have so many amazing posts about how to get started, where to read more, and how to design a capsule wardrobe for each season. Today, I'm talking you about the capsule wardrobe I have created and planned for my upcoming Europe trip. I figured that this trip would make a great opportunity to dive into the world of capsule wardrobes, get out of my comfort zone for 3 weeks and see how well I do with this minimalist lifestyle. Keep reading to find out what I have planned to bring!


Good Green Box: March 2017 First Impressions


I love trying out subscription boxes, although there aren't many that have proved to impress me. Since finding the Look Fantastic Beauty Box I have been pretty satisfied, as this is the best one that I have been able to find that primarily focuses on beauty (read my thoughts here). A few weeks ago, I was given the opportunity to try the Good Green Box*, which is a monthly subscription box that has a focus on more environmentally friendly, cruelty-free, and vegan products. I have consciously been making an effort over the past few months to start moving towards a greener, less damaging beauty regime, so this box definitely tweaked my interests as I am not aware of many local Australian brands that are also natural, organic and cruelty-free.




March Raves and Rejects


For something new and different this month, I have taken inspiration from one of my favourite YouTubers ThaTaylaa and I am starting a new series on the blog called Raves & Rejects. This will certainly be similar to my normal Monthly Favourites, however I also wanted to more regularly include products that didn't work for me more so you can get a sense of things I didn't like and a more holistic view of my preferences, which might be helpful for you as well! I hope you like this idea to mix things up a bit more on the blog. So, let's get into it!