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10 ways a capsule wardrobe will change your life (for the better)

In the 1970s, Susie Faux, owner of a London-based boutique called Wardrobe, coined the term “capsule wardrobe”. She defined it as a limited number of essential or staple items that you can wear for multiple seasons.

The idea was to have a streamlined wardrobe made up of high-quality clothing in coordinating colours that could be worn interchangeably, and that wouldn’t have to be constantly replaced.

Today, 50 years or so later, the meaning of the term hasn’t changed much at all… and neither have the benefits! So, here are 10 ways a capsule wardrobe can change your life for the better.

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