Hi there! I try to be sustainable when it comes to fashion and the easiest way to do that is to wear the clothes I already own over and over again. But that doesn’t mean I wear the exact same outfits every week. Instead I am creative with what I have and by doing that I frequently discover fresh, new ways to wear an item. It´s actually a lot of fun and I truly enjoy playing around with my wardrobe. Today I am styling the same pinafore dress in 3 different ways. The outfits are so diverse, no one looking like the other, and I only used items from my Autumn Capsule Wardrobe to create them…
The first outfit is the most obvious way to wear a pinafore dress: with a jumper underneath. It´s quite a girly and cute look, but I added an unexpected and cool twist with the sporty bum bag…
Sweatshirt-Selected – similar here
Leggings*-Boody – here
Chelsea Boots-Covari – vegan option here
I simply put a jumper on top and added a belt around my waist, et voilà, the dress transformed into a skirt! I love the textures in this outfit, the fuzzy wool with the velvety corduroy looks amazing…
Belt*- secondhand from my grandma – vegan one here
Bag*-Angela Roi – here
The third and last look is all about the layers and perfect for colder days. I wore a big, chunky knit cardigan on top of the pinafore dress and added a belt to give my waist some definition. To make this outfit even cosier, I threw on a houndstooth scarf, while the slogan beanie brought back some sporty vibes into the mix…
Scarf-a piece of fabric I cut and frayed
Beanie-Maje – similar one here
Bag-Angela Roi – similar here
Discovering new ways to wear an item you already have in your wardrobe is honestly so much fun AND it´s good for your wallet & the environment ! Win Win! 😉 I am thinking about doing a 1-item-3-ways-series here on the blog, always focused on a different piece from my Capsule. Would you like to see that? Leave me a comment…
That´s it for today! Make sure to come back next Sunday for a recap of my Autumn Capsule Wardrobe. I am gonna talk about which outfit was my fave, the most and least worn item, and what I learned. See you then!
I wish you the best day ever!
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