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  1. February 17, 2016
    Elise says

    Love that white top! It’s been on my wishlist for a while now :) Would you say it’s true to size, or that i should size up? Mixed reviews on Revolve.

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  2. February 17, 2016

    I’m very intrigued by the idea of a capsule wardrobe, but I haven’t yet taken the plunge. I think the most important part of your experience was that your everyday life was taken into account. Our wardrobe needs are can be very different depending on our jobs and lifestyles, so it’s great that you were able to create a wardrobe that’s uniquely suited to YOU. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  3. February 18, 2016
    Kasey says

    Wonderfully said and SO helpful! Thank you!

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  4. February 19, 2016
    Sophia says

    I’m confused. The whole point of a capsule wardrobe is to only keep what you love to narrow your closet down at the start of the process, not to do a second sifting and give yourself wiggle room so you end up with a lot of clothes that you’re ambivalent about back in your closet. Was a second sift suggested or did you just find you didn’t love a lot of your clothes and panic? I would have thought realising you didn’t love a lot of your clothes would have been a good learning and blogging point. Did you buy things that you liked but didn’t love because you were blinded by a sale, were they impulse purchases because you needed an emotional boost (retail therapy), sentimental items you once loved that no longer suit your style and that you can’t let go of, did you take a risk on a trend that didn’t work out? And what was it about the items that you didn’t love the first time around but that you let back into your closet in the end that earned their closet space? Did you realise you didn’t have many appropriate clothes for the current season because you have a stronger sense of style or find it easier to shop for one of the other seasons, do you prefer wearing trousers but most of them are jeans so you needed to include a skirt that could be dressed up for business occasions? I feel like this was a missed opportunity to explain what comes across as a bit of a rookie error with creating a capsule wardrobe, namely keeping a lot of extra things you don’t 100% love.

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  5. February 21, 2016
    Amanda says

    Love this idea and your wardrobe!!

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  9. April 7, 2016
    Bela says

    Ohmygoodness – I’ve been searching for my dream leather jacket and the one you’ve got in your capsule looks so close (the one that looks stonewashed gray). Might I know who made it?! Love your style! :)

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  10. June 21, 2016
    Lucy says

    Thank you for the great info on Capsules by Cladwell. I’m kind of thinking about it and feel like I have a much better idea of the process now. I love your style by the way. Thanks again!

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  11. July 1, 2016
    Jackie says

    I’ve been reading about Capsules by Cladwell and I’m trying to figure one thing out – at then end do they actually give you a list of buyable clothing? Like ‘this awesome dress click here and you can buy it’. Or is it just here are things you need. A white shirt. A grey shirt.

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    1. September 28, 2016
      TL says

      They do not have a link for the specific piece of clothing you need, but they do have a suggested list of retailers that are eco-friendly. So yes, it’s just basically a list of things you need for your capsule and whether you currently have it in your closet or not.

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  12. August 16, 2016
    Samantha says

    I loved your article as I have been considering using Cladwell for a while now. Your clothes are absolutely beautiful as well! I will be moving to South America this fall for a year and a half and only taking 2 suitcases with me and I think a capsule wardrobe is really the best way to ensure that I make the most of my limited space. I was wondering about how many pieces actually happened to be recommended for your wardrobe? Thanks again for the article, I think I’ll try Cladwell after all!

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  13. August 30, 2016
    Christina says

    Hi Amanda! L O V E this idea. V inspirational. I’m hesitant on giving my card to a website and being charged monthly. I’ve seen ads for a Capsules by Caldwell app, but can’t find it!

    Help please!!!!

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  14. November 8, 2016
    Anne says

    This is more a question than I comment. But will add first that I feel inspired by your capsule wardrobe and love your style! In the pics, I noticed your bedding (the light blue colored duvet?) Was wondering where you got it from? I love it! :) Thanks!

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  15. November 13, 2016
    Lee says

    Thank you so much for writing this! I’ve been searching for ways to dress simpler and that showcase more of my personal style. I was skeptical about using cladwell, but I believe they might be exactly the kick int he pants I need. Just one question, is everything true to size?

    Thanks so much!

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  16. January 31, 2017
    Bailey says

    How many pieces of clothing do they send you??

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  17. February 7, 2017
    JanePoole says

    Awesome collection. I loved the ripped jeans and blue colored sunglasses. Thanks for sharing these ideas here. Everyone wants to look unique with their own style. You can choose items according to your requirement and choice. To know more have a look here : http://elsunglasses.com

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  18. June 22, 2017
    Ashleigh Watson says

    how did you get the color pallet shown in your picture I don’t have the app and don’t own an iPhone.

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