Registration for our autumn-winter 2018 Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe opens on Wednesday, April 18. Make sure you’re on our email list to be first in the know. I’ll be live on the Styling You Facebook page on Wednesday night, April 18, 8pm (AEST) to answer any questions you might have about this program. Capsulers get priority access to the seasonal Styling You Shop edit, which will publicly launch on Thursday, April 19. Win 1 of 3 autumn-winter 2017 Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe memberships THREE Styling You readers will win a six-week membership to autumn-winter 2018 Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe online style program. Each membership is valued at $119. To enter, answer the question below, leaving your response in the comments: How would an Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe membership help your unlock your style this season? Entries open Wednesday, April 11 at 4.30am (AEST) and close Tuesday, April 17 at 9am (AEST). Australian entries only, sorry. The winner will be judged on originality and creativity. Photos can be uploaded with your comment. The winner will be contacted via email and their name will be published here. Full terms and conditions here.

Win 1 of 3 spots in our AW19 online style program

Nikki ParkinsonFashion 124 Comments

Stress-free dressing is yours for the making. It just takes a little work and a little organisation.

If you’re looking to get your wardrobe in a very good position for the season ahead – especially if you’re joining us for the autumn-winter 2019 Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe online style challenge – then work through these steps below. 

Registration for our autumn-winter 2018 Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe opens on Wednesday, April 18. Make sure you’re on our email list to be first in the know.  I’ll be live on the Styling You Facebook page on Wednesday night, April 18, 8pm (AEST) to answer any questions you might have about this program. Capsulers get priority access to the seasonal Styling You Shop edit, which will publicly launch on Thursday, April 19.  Win 1 of 3 autumn-winter 2017 Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe memberships THREE Styling You readers will win a six-week membership to autumn-winter 2018 Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe online style program. Each membership is valued at $119.  To enter, answer the question below, leaving your response in the comments:  How would an Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe membership help your unlock your style this season?  Entries open Wednesday, April 11 at 4.30am (AEST) and close Tuesday, April 17 at 9am (AEST). Australian entries only, sorry. The winner will be judged on originality and creativity. Photos can be uploaded with your comment. The winner will be contacted via email and their name will be published here. Full terms and conditions here.

1. Start with a thorough edit of your wardrobe. This a process I do at least twice a year – usually at the start of each season – it sets me up for knowing what’s there and what I need. I absolutely don’t let any item stay if it makes me feel anything less than fabulous. This is the process I follow.

2. Give the types of clothes you wear most often the best real estate in your wardrobe. If you work in an office from Monday to Friday, those clothes should be front and centre. If your weekdays are more on the casual side, these are the clothes you need to give prime position. Remember it’s all about saving time on busy mornings.

3. Organise your clothes in types and colours. I find this is great for identifying possible obsessive buying tendencies (me? stripes, checks and white tops!) so you can potentially save yourself from a future “must buy”. It also eases the outfit creation stress. You might want to anchor the outfit for a particular day to a certain top or skirt. Start with that piece and then go immediately to the pieces you know will work back with that piece.

4. Store accessories where you can see them and use them. If you don’t have your accessories easily accessible, then you won’t be motivated or prompted to wear them. I store mine in a side cabinet that is a fun furniture piece and acts as my bedside table. 

5. Protect your shoe-robe. I’m lucky enough to have a display cupboard dedicated to shoes. This not only protects the shoes from dust but it also means I can see at a glance what options are open to me. I also store my clutch bags in this cupboard – an adapted Billy bookcase from IKEA.

6. Organise your wardrobe electronically. As you buy something either take a photo of it on a hanger or find a photo of it online and save it to an album or albums in your phone.  This will then help with what version of planning you’d like to take onSome also like to spreadsheet their purchases and outfits, or use an app like Stylebook.

7. Plan out your outfits in advance. Spending time each Sunday to plan out the week is a great way to approach this. Use the weather app to give you a guide as to what temperature it will be and then create outfits based on what each of your days in the week holds for you. I write down all my outfits for the week in the Notes section of my phone or use the Styling You outfit planner

8. Hang all those outfits on a separate rack. A simple rack, like this one from Kmart, could be positioned in your bedroom or spare room and, each Sunday, you hang your chosen outfits for the week on it, with shoes at the bottom. This makes it a no-brainer each morning to get dressed. 

Registration for our autumn-winter 2019 Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe opens on Friday, May 10. Make sure you’re on our email list to be first in the know.  I’ll be live on the Styling You Facebook page on Wednesday night, May 8, 8pm (AEST) to answer any questions you might have about this program. 


Win 1 of 3 autumn-winter 2019 Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe memberships

THREE Styling You readers will win a six-week membership to autumn-winter 2018 Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe online style program. Each membership is valued at $129.

To enter, answer the question below, leaving your response in the comments:

How would an Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe membership help get your style sorted this season?

Entries open Friday, May 3, at 5am (AEST) and close Thursday, May 9 at 9am (AEST). Australian entries only, sorry. The winner will be judged on originality and creativity. Photos can be uploaded with your comment. The winner will be contacted via email and their name will be published here. Full terms and conditions here.

Comments 124

  1. S – Select that outfit from your big crazy wardrobe -go on you can do it!!
    T – Take it out of the wardrobe
    Y – yes now try it on – Yellow is that really your colour??
    L – Loop the tie around your waist …
    I – .. In a relaxed knot so it doesn’t hug too tigh
    N – Now stand back …
    G – …give yourself a pat on the back

    Y – you did it !! Now there’s only 30 days left to do this all ….
    O – over again! Where is that confidence dressing to impress even if its only to the sports game ?
    U- under that wide brimmed hat I see – Bravo one outfit complete from your wardrobe – only 30 days of decision left!

  2. Winning would give me confidence to see the outfit possibilities in my existing wardrobe after my career and lifestyle change (office to stay at home mum) inclusive of body shape and size changes. The book was great, and this could be just as good or even better still.

  3. On my lifestyle change journey because of Type 2 Diabeties I have lost and continuing to lose weight. My old outdated clothes no longer fit and part of my lifestyle change is to rid myself of clutter and live more simply. Being with food and lifestyle. A capsule wardrobe would really fit my new lifestyle.

  4. We’ve had a tough year…with the death of a family member and a health diagnosis for my son that has long term implications…it’s often difficult to find time for myself without feeling guilty or that I should be doing something else. I feel I am never enough for my husband, my children, my work and I feel so overwhelmed by everything that I just freeze. While a capsule wardrobe might feel superficial to some, it would mean a great deal if I could at least have one part of my life under control and organised so that I can concentrate on the things that are important to me. And it might be nice to have a bit of fun for something that’s just for me

  5. It would mean distinction to my wardrobe to help me look approachable but refined at work as a mental health clinician and at home with the kids I can be comfortable and calm to play with my young daughters.

  6. I’m actually in the middle of packing away summer clothing and preparing for the cooler months, I’m not liking what I see.
    I seem to be stuck in a certain color choice for the past 5-6 years. As I age and no longer work nor venture far from home mainly because I feel I have NO style.
    The Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe membership would give me the tools I need to make the right choices in my clothing , helping me feel confident and stylishly dressed.

  7. So I hesitated to put this out there, but here goes! Life has thrown a few curved balls and I found my needs well and truly on the backburner. As a carer for a child with a serious illness and disability my look became “tired” in every sense of the word. Now that child is an adult, I am in my mid 50s and feel like I am finding myself a little. I have long been an admirer of Styling You and would love some help to be me.

  8. I need help with finding my own style for work! I’m in my late 20’s and have worked my way up to a management role in human services. I want to look professional and put together but don’t want to lose my sense of style whilst sticking to a budget!

  9. We want to sell our house this year, so less clutter would be a great way to get a new lease of life in our home and my style!

  10. Hi!!

    I recently had my hens party and was asked numerous questions that my husband to be answered as well. One of the questions was “what can’t Holly live without ?” I immediately answered my sausage dog, Hank. Matt’s answer was ‘online shopping!’. Whoops!! I was totally wrong and forgot how much I do spend on online shopping! We live in rural NSW on a farm so things coming in the post is one of the most exciting things that can occur, other than rain!
    I’m a primary school teacher and work in the closest town (50km away). I live for stylish clothes and accessories! My students love seeing the different things I wear, however I find it hard to have a ‘school wardrobe’ and a ‘weekend wardrobe’.

    Holly x

  11. I’m not always on trend,
    While I worry when there’s an event to attend!
    What to wear? Is this too casual? Does this make my bum look big?
    Searching through my wardrobe- I feel like I have to dig!
    Help-I desperately need advice!
    Styling You -helping me achieving the look at the right price!

  12. Put simply your fashion sense is a masterclass in wearable poetry and my sense of style just doesn’t rhyme in any sense of the word. I would love to see my style to shine through, but gosh I need a lot of help from you!

  13. At 52 I need help. I have so many items I keep as ‘I’ll wear it somewhere’ and I keep things for good. If I had a capsule wardrobe with good quality items it would be far better than a full wardrobe with lots of cheap items.
    This mum is just looking for help.

  14. My sweet daughter is now sixteen
    Her wardrobe needs are changing
    Please help us both to sort our style
    A membership would be amazing

  15. The change of every season fills me with dread. I feel like I have nothing to wear in summer but the thought of autumn/winter is even worse! I’m not one of those people that says they have nothing to wear. I actually have hardly anything to wear. I’m so put off by spending my hard earned on the wrong thing that it becomes all too hard and I buy nothing, it’s grim. Would dearly love some help to piece some kind of a capsule wardrobe together so I can open my wardrobe and have something to wear and feel great about getting dressed!

  16. I have so much in my wardrobe and a lot of it does not make me feel fabulous. This program would help take the stress out of dressing each day and give me the confidence to try new things and not purchase items that I don’t need as my budget is not what it used to be.

  17. I turned 50 on the weekend and have really lost my style, I seem to purchase impulse buys that don’t fit with other items in my wardrobe. I’m continually on a diet up/down up/down the same 2 kilos for the past couple of years. I would love to look and feel fabulous without having to loose weight. Fake it till I make it.

  18. Winning a spot in your Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe will help me set myself up for success. As a working single mum, this is an area that I haven’t invested in. I want to take away the struggle of selecting what to wear and free up my mind and time for more pleasant pursuits. I want to know my go to for getting ready for work rather than getting dressed and within the first hour of the day, knowing that I don’t feel good in what i am wearing. Heading out into the dating world, I want those key pieces that I can wear and feel fabulous in and not doubt myself. I want to use this opportunity to create the new fabulous me 🙂

  19. The Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe membership will help me overcome the stress of never having anything to wear despite an overflowing closet!

  20. My wardrobe and style definitely needs a makeover. I’m a breastfeeding mum of two and due to return to work part time in the next 3 months. I used to wear dresses most of the time but now I need more practical outfits to chase my toddler and her baby brother. I’m constantly staring at my wardrobe and wondering what to wear. I’m hoping your program can get me back into some kind of style 🙂

  21. An Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe would allow me to create a style for work. I currently just wear the same thing most days black pants or skirt and a coloured top, I have been accused of being a wiggle and would like to be more stylish but never know what to buy/wear

  22. The ultimate capsule wardrobe would help me – cull the unloved and unwanted , mix and match key pieces like a met gala on steroids and be confident regardless of my shape or height !!

  23. I work mostly from home but am in Sydney regularly-ish for work. These days I feel as though there’s a weight on my head pushing my (already challenged) height down and my boobs and bum out – in different directions. As a result, everything I wear makes me look as though I’m a cross between Cunard’s Queen Mary or an over-stuffed lounge suite. Buying clothes just makes me feel worse – as though bad style is my punishment for letting myself go to this extent. Given that everything I do own is at the point of falling apart I need to get over both that and myself and start feeling better about me again…but I have no idea where to start.

  24. Hi have massive wardrobe and nothing to wear – 3 weeks ago the bottom rack in on of my wardrobes
    collapsed under to weight of all the clothes and I just cant bring myself to even start fixing this issue – it overwhelming and must I feel ashamed of myself for letting this happen
    thanks

  25. As Dot says….”I shop and I shop and I shop and I have nothing to wear”. That pretty much sums up my overflowing wardrobe where just looking at it makes me feel overwhelmed. I tend to buy the same things over and over and could really do with a good nudge in the right direction to declutter and regain some style that has got lost in the jumble.

  26. Dear Stylingyou,

    Please help I’m a 29 year old who is beginning to feel a bit lost. Clothes used to bring me such joy and this feeling is slowly diminishing I can’t figure out how to dress for my body shape anymore. My wardrobe although organised consists of a lot of clothes I no longer wear that I simple must hold onto My style is still stuck between teenager and young woman. I’m feeling more drab than fab.

    Help me,
    A broken 29 year old xx

  27. My body is pushing 80. My brain is 40 – and very much alive, thank you! I have never done anything like this before – and I am stoked! I hope to win

  28. Winning a spot in the Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe would save me time, money, anxiety about what to wear and soo much faffing about trying to sort out my day/life spent trying to get dressed. This would help me be able to spend more time on the important things that make my life – family, work and volunteering. It would help with caring for the environment as I don’t want to over consume cloths because of unwise and uninformed choices. Thank you Nikki for the opportunity to enter.

  29. My wardrobe is more a “time capsule” than a capsule. It’s overflowing with memories of the old me. I’d rather be in the present and learn how to save time, money, and my image in the future.

  30. I’ve changed sizes, an 8 to a 12+ (thank you hormones) so I finally took the plunge and waved goodbye to everything in my wardrobe that no longer fits me. Now am feeling a little lost and down stylewise. I know that Nikkis tips and the positivity that reigns supreme in the Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe group are just what I need to help me find my confidence and restore my joy in all things fashion again.

  31. When your 6 year old daughter asks you not to wear the same white shoes every day at school pick up you know you need a wardrobe reshuffle! Help Styling you!

  32. My wardrobe is bursting at the moment and I feel so overwhelmed. As a busy Mum I don’t have time to sort through it and every time I walk in there it makes me stressed and anxious. I feel that having a capsule wardrobe would help me find my own sense of style and help me eliminate the need for impulse purchases.

  33. It would give me more time to live life rather than wasting time struggling through my wardrobe trying to find something to wear and then wasting money buying something I dont really need.

  34. I find I’m still holding on to old items that are no longer age appropriate nor flattering after kids. I’d love to learn how to buy smart and look good. Always love your emails Nikki!

  35. Back to work full time now (!) and I’ve found I need more outfits but don’t know where to start. I’d love Styling You’s help!

  36. I impulsively buy way too many garments and accessories and majority of the time, I struggle to piece them together. I procrastinate for far too long, so then I put them back in my cupboard and don’t wear them. I am usually late, because I never know what to wear, and I complain I never have anything to wear yet my cupboard is full. I seriously need some guidance!!!!
    PS. My husband is probably proud I finally admitted this!!

  37. I am a mum of four, i give to everyone in my house first. It would amazing to get this staple wardrobe, I would have the building blocks to a more fabulous and stylish me. I see the combinations of clothing that you put together and only dream of buying them.

  38. Winning would help with my style as I have completely lost myself. My Dad passed two weeks ago and my Mum last year so I am shell shocked and need this guidance and care now, thanks.

  39. I need to cull a wardrobe of cheap, unflattering, mismatched, second hand, bargain buy clothes and replace them with a capsule of fashionable, stylish, quality pieces that I can mix & match. I have no style and would absolutely love to win this amazing prize so that I can learn how to create a wardrobe that makes me feel good about me.

  40. I need to cull a wardrobe of cheap, unflattering, mismatched, second hand, bargain buy clothes and replace them with a capsule of fashionable, stylish, quality pieces that I can mix & match. I have no style and would absolutely love to win this amazing prize so that I can learn how to create a wardrobe that makes me feel good about me

  41. I am so grateful to have found Styling You. Finally realising that, dare I say it, reaching an age where all the wonderful things like hormones and body shape changes happen, sometimes daily, Styling You is a light at the end of a tunnel.
    My wardrobe and I need a bit of help sorting things out. But as the children say to me ‘it’s a good job you are spritely Mum’. Just need the wardrobe to match.

  42. Nikki, I’m a mum of 4, working too. I have been following you for years and followed your advice in bits and pieces, restrained by time, space and energy. I’ve now got more space (new home) my youngest at school (time) and am ready to commit (energy) to get myself organised in my wardrobe. We are about to embark on the ‘fitout’ of WIR space, galley style. Armed with knowledge and the know how from AW19, my wardrobe and me will be looking fabulous in no time!!
    or

  43. Nikki, I’m a mum of 4, working too. I have been following you for years and followed your advice in bits and pieces, restrained by time, space and energy. I’ve now got more space (new home) my youngest at school (time) and am ready to commit (energy) to get myself organised in my wardrobe. We are about to embark on the ‘fitout’ of WIR space, galley style. Armed with knowledge and the know how from AW19, my wardrobe and me will be looking fabulous in no time!!
    or

  44. Style me, inspire me! Let’s en-CAPSULE-ate the real me, break free from “wardrobe overwhelm” and a complete lack of personal styling sense. This open book is ready for anything and everything, choose ME Nikki, my Jedi Styling Master! xx

  45. I certainly need help to organise my, wardrobe, diet, routine and generally my life. Oops I think I need more than you can provide? At least it would be a starting point if my wardrobe was organised then maybe I would have the confidence to improve the rest.

  46. I recently received a big promotion at work and I start in this new role on Monday. I really want to dress to reflect this change and I know I have the basics already but am looking for ways to improve on what I already have. I love to look polished and put together but also want to avoid looking too trendy and wasting $$$ on trendy fast fashion pieces.

  47. Styling you this would be a dream come true for me as I have gone up a size and lost my fashion confidence.

  48. I’ve trimmed down over the last few years and am now at my ideal weight and fitness. This would be a great way to discover how to dress my new body shape and really flaunt all of my hard work. What a perfect reward.

  49. My entire life recently changed—in the space of four weeks I had a new job, an end of a relationship, and a new apartment by myself. I want to get to know who the ‘me’ is that’s developing at the moment. She’s strong, determined, and hopeful, and I would love the chance to work with Nikki to get the most out of my clothes and to make sure the me that I am now is the one the rest of the world gets to see every day.

  50. Post-menopause, I am now 12 kilos heavier than I was previously and 75 kilos does not sit well in my 163 cm frame. I am struggling to know how to dress for my new shape, my wardrobe is full of figure-hugging clothes that I can no longer wear and I now just live in elastic-waist pants for comfort with a too-tight top that I try (unsuccessfully) to hide with a scarf. I work from home but still it’s an issue, because when I go out, this is my go to outfit as nothing else I have fits me. I’ve tried shopping for bigger clothes but I look so frumpy I end up leaving the shop empty- handed and in tears. Add to this turning 60 and I’m in a world of pain. I don’t know who I am any more……

  51. It would be a blessing to have some help with my wardrobe. I’ve decluttered a la KonMari but since then have had our second baby girl. My body is transitioning from pregnancy and maternity wear to post partum breastfeeding wear. My current wardrobe consists of PJ bottoms and tops with a fluffy dressing gown thrown on top.
    This opportunity would help me find pieces that fit my changing body and keep me warm while out and about breastfeeding the baby. A capsule wardrobe for winter with a baby would help me feel like a human being once again in my own style.

  52. Please pick me my wardrobe is a mess and Marie Kondo’s process take 30 days … I don’t have that kind of time.

  53. Have been trying to reduce amount of clothes buying and instead buying sensible multi use pieces. I feel like have hit a road block now and could really use some help as to where next and motivation on the pieces I have.

  54. Well, moving to Queensland from Victoria in the next few weeks means a total radical shakedown (or up?) of my wardrobe. I think, no, I KNOW I need the help and who wants to pack what they don’t need?

  55. I’m in my early 40’s and still trying to find my style! I think this program will help me do that.

  56. With two young kids and a full time job I am as time poor as it gets. I would love to look great with minimal effort and time.

  57. I feel I am always buying tops and pants but never outfits which then I get stressed about because I can’t put things together! I also struggle to find beautiful winter dresses and therefore EVERY time I have an event in winter I always feel like I need to buy something!

  58. Throwing things together and looking fabulous does not happen in my world. I find getting dressed an arduous and mostly disappointing daily challenge. Just can’t seem to get it right. I keep buying clothes and then thinking “what was I thinking”………SOS. Can you hear me?

  59. I’ve just retired and struggle with outfits to suit a more relaxed lifestyle without looking too relaxed, frumpy or aged! Help. The course for me would provide a renewed perspective and invigorate confidence in updated style.

  60. I would love to win. I keep on buying bad clothing choices. So learning what suits me will ultimately save me money. Making bad choices is a sign too that i don’t know what I am doing and what suits me.

  61. Every day….
    Stand in front of my packed wardrobe with nothing to wear
    Bed ends up covered with rejects
    Run late for work after so many changes
    Feel frustrated and daggy
    Don’t even start me on the weekends ……
    I NEED HELP ….

  62. Every day….
    stand in front of my packed wardrobe with nothing to wear
    Bed ends up covered with rejects
    Run late for work after so many changes
    Feel frustrated and daggy
    Don’t even start me on the weekends ……
    I NEED HELP ‍♀️

  63. I’m a busy professional but my wardrobe is in complete disarray… and choosing outfits is not something I am good at so a system where I can see and find everything and know what goes together and how to plan would change my life – and make me more confident in my choices and how I look when I’m out in the world.

  64. I have lost over 15 kilos and have hit my 50,s. I now have no idea what my style is and how i should be dressing

  65. Brrr! Nikki please help me! I have cold weather phobia;-) I’m a Summer lovin’ 54 years young “throw on a dress” kinda gal. The AW Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe Program will help me to embrace the lower temperatures and adopt a new attitude to layering. I’d love to gain confidence in putting together outfits that express my casual chic style, are comfortable to wear and appropriate for our Queensland Winter. #winteriscoming #SYtotherescue #challengeaccepted XX

  66. Style Sorted! Shape Shifting… Weight loss is happening slowly & my clothes are proving a challenge so I’d love some advice for a Teacher wardrobe.

  67. Hi Nikki

    I turned 50 last year and have lost 40 kilos and for the first time since before marriage, I can actually look in a mirror and say ‘ I like how I look’. I would love some guidance in building a new wardrobe and learning how to wear and combine different pieces. 🙂

  68. I am 71 and have completely lost my confidence as to my “style”. Don’t really know what that is anymore. I have a wardrobe full of stuff but always change several times before going anywhere. Love the Styling You emails and posts and admire all of the outfits but I am still not sure. Would love to be a part of the next online style program.

  69. I have always lack confidence in terms of what to wear and how to style and feel at a loss of where to start as I feel a bit overwhelmed by it all. I recently did a clean out of my cupboard but now fell like I still have nothing to wear and just have the same handful of clothes on repeat. I would love a bit of guidance to get my style mojo sorted so I can start to feel more confident

  70. I’m 45, a mum, have my own business and do alot of presenting on stage. My body has changed over the years, and I’ve lost confidence with what I look good in. Money challenges of owning my own business have meant that I haven’t been able to spend much on my wardrobe and lack of confidence (and a touch of self-loathing) for my body shape has meant that what I HAVE bought has not been what I ultimately hoped it would do for me. I’m hoping that an Ultimate Wardrobe Capsule membership will help me embrace my curves (as I support other women to!), highlight my assets, help me love being in my skin, feeling fresh, sexy and joyful again. Thanks for creating this offer and helping women out there love themselves again!

  71. I have a large wardrobe full of too many clothes I don’t wear, have never worn and I’m hanging onto them because I feel guilty about the money I’ve wasted. There are lots of separates and dresses and when I go to wear them I don’t feel great in them, yet I can’t let go! I know I need a capsule but don’t know how to achieve it.

  72. I’m desperate to have more confidence putting outfits together. I feel I’m stuck in a ‘this goes with that’ rut and don’t know how to find the styling combinations I see on others in my collection although I’m sure it’s there. Planning in advance is not a habit for me although like meals and my day, i know the benefit if I can get my head into the right place.

  73. Hi Nikki, my issue is dressing an overweight body. I shop at Beme and I can choose great styles but also have hits and misses. I now seem to dress very frumpily.
    My wardrobe is reasonably organised but I do look at it somedays and hear myself say, I have nothing to wear. I need help to sort out what I have and how to best use what I have.

  74. I’ve had two children and am entering my later 30s…. but I feel like I haven’t worked out what to wear to suit my body/age. My wardrobe is full of clothes and I wear very few of them. I’d LOVE guidance on how to sort through this to refine my wardrobe and know how to dress to put my best foot forward.

  75. I have two little boys (an 8month old who isn’t keen on sleep) and am looking after a third little boy three days a week who has autism. I am working on launching my own business working as a behaviour management consultant. My life is full at the moment and I am attempting to keep things simple in as many areas as I can. I have never had a capsule wardrobe and believe it would just make my day to day life so much easier at the moment. Thanks for considering me!

  76. I’ve got so many clothes but no outfits I actually love. I think this would help me rediscover my style and love of fashion post babies.

  77. A capsule wardrobe would save me so much time! I want to look effortlessly smart – and save the extra time for me.

  78. I have a wardrobe bursting with clothes, but I never feel like I have anything suitable to wear, and when I do pick something, I never feel happy with the way I look. I don’t want to waste any more money buying clothes that I end up not wearing, so I’m hoping this program will help me make the most of all the stuff I already have.

  79. I’m losing weight at the moment but am stuck in the in-between-sizes rut! Lots of things too small, some things too big and I feel far less than fabulous in all of it! I need help choosing the staple pieces to start with and how to work with what I’ve already got to look more polished and feel more confident.

  80. My wardrobe is a hit and miss group of clothes. It has no clarity, just a lot of pieces. Too many items I am not really liking it even tend to put on. I would love to know how to coordinate and how to begin. I am sure I could save myself a lot of money.

  81. I have 2 wardrobes full of clothes but can never find anything to wear, my partner keeps telling me to get rid of some but I can’t part with them all!! I definitely need to do the Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe course so I can declutter my wardrobe.

  82. I’d like to nominate my sister in law for a spot in the program. We have endless conversations about the right pieces to have in our wardrobes, and are constantly complaining about the lack of quality pieces to mix and match with existing items. I would love for her to gain back some versatility after a major Marie Kondo’ing and to get confidence in a style that suits her.

  83. My current wardrobe consists mostly of jeans, trackpants and daggy t-shirts. Since I work from home, I often don’t feel the need to dress nicely and opt for comfort, the trouble with this is it isn’t indusive to being seen and makes me less likely to put myself forward properly in my business. Also, I don’t feel like setting foot out the door to socialize because it seems like too much trouble to look good in something fashionable. I know improving my wardrobe and having it be simple would give me more confidence to do more in my biz and my life, I just feel better when I’m well dressed!

  84. After recently giving birth to our third (and last) baby, I feel like I don’t know how to dress anymore. All of my clothes are still maternity and after losing a lot of weight I would love to feel like a yummy mummy instead of a frump

  85. As I am approaching my later years,I’ve lost my sense of style. I still work in a fashion oriented industry along side young colleagues so I’m hanging on for grim death to my usual style but is it time to let go !!! HELP

  86. It feels like I have been trying to sort my wardrobe out for years and even though it’s full and I have spent a huge amount of money on what’s already in there, I feel like I have nothing to wear so I go shopping and impulse buy . I really want to stop the cycle of endlessly searching and spending and love what I have .

  87. I’m just about to move into a brand new house, with a brand new (bigger!!!) wardrobe. Would love help to build my wardrobe from scratch so that it is functional, stylish and most importantly comfortable!!! I’d love to start fresh with confidence.

  88. Where do I start? My wardrobe is a mess and I have so many clothes that I can never find what I want and usually end up wearing the same outfits. If I try to experiment with my style, it takes me so long to get dressed that I end up running late (and throwing on one of my ‘safe’ outfits in the rush). It is exhausting and very frustrating. Now that I’m working part time, I have realised I don’t have many outfits for my non-working days and I’m hoping an Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe membership might just help me sort myself out and help me avoid another wardrobe emergency.

  89. I’m not sure how I “accidentally” found you in a Facebook post. But it was a happy accident indeed. I want to join not just to learn some style tips, but so that I too, will walk out the door with the same happy, confident look that the models you have showing off your fabulous clothes do. That’s the look I want!

  90. An Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe membership would help me understand and develop my personal style. Shopping for me turns me into a child in a candy store – I see it, I like it, I want it – with no regards to if it suits my shape and/or lifestyle or if miraculously it does, do I have anything I can wear with it. More often than not I end up with another item in my wardrobe that I don’t wear and an ever larger number of clothes to confuse me. I buy more things instead of understanding how to wear my clothes. And in all this confusion I grab the easiest items to wear – the same boring jeans/black pants and top or workout gear!
    Janine

  91. I am either working or gyming it. Finding time to organise a week in advance sounds like a realistic tool to know.

  92. My wardrobe looks like it has options (I’m sure my husband would say it is full haha), but I always end up back at the same clothes most days. I need to get my Autumn/Winter wardrobe sorted and create better outfits with what I have and only look to add minimal current style pieces to integrate. I need to cover work, dressy and casual. I’d love the opportunity to join your next online style program!

  93. I lack direction and tend to wear a few bland outfits over and over……
    My wardrobe is an eclectic hotchpotch of colours and styles which leaves me confused and overwhelmed every morning.
    Don’t even get me started on layering

  94. its harder to style as I age
    don’t wanna look like mutton at this stage
    but alternatives seems to be
    dowdy and that’s not me
    need some help to get it right
    so I’m stylish not a sight

  95. I’ve finally given up buying trends, I need help to make great choices that will take me through the seasons , and then adding some “trend” pieces to still make me feel relevant. I’m still learning to accept the different body type my pregnancies lefts me with.

  96. I have a wardrobe full of show ponies and bits and bobs that don’t go together. I need some Styling You discipline to get my basics sorted, so my show ponies can shine and not clash!

  97. I feel like I’m wearing all the hats and nothing works. I’m a mum, wife, work 4 days in a law firm and I’m a wedding and personal branding photographer. I need to be able to mix and match, look stylish, look funky and feel comfortable. It’s too confusing!

  98. I have some amazing pieces in my wardrobe but no idea how to create an outfit out of any of them so tend to wear the same “uniform” every day. I would love to learn how to put things together and get the confidence to actually walk out of the house in them.

  99. I have just changed jobs from one where my uniform is allocated to where I have to wear casual business attire. The Ultimate Capsule Wardrobe membership would help me sort out my style and get my wardrobe in some kind of order.

  100. Help! I love my clothes, my shoes and my accessories! But I have way too much. I dress daily on how “I feel” so I also have different styles. I also have a few sizes in my wardrobe and am working hard in the gym to try and be able to cull the bigger sizes. An Ultimate Wardrobe Capsule membership would be a great way to finally get my wardrobe under control.

  101. My wardrobe is an absolute shambles! I dread looking for clothing as half of the items I have don’t look good or don’t fit – and the other half of the items don’t really go with each other. I’m in dire need of a complete wardrobe makeover and rather than just buy a bunch of random items, I want to get it right this time with the help of a style guru.

  102. I am over 70 and love seeing all the latest looks, then trying to grab a scarf in the colours, or find clothing that looks less frumpy, but not like I am trying too hard! Am happy in my shoes, but have so many clothes that never see daylight, or are are looking wonderful on my two adult daughter instead!
    Thanks for all your inspiration Nikki. Love getting your emails. Babs.

  103. Thank you Nikki inspired by you have just done my Wardrobe by putting it in colours and lots of your great ideas. I took my 11 year old Granddaughter shopping to teach her about capsule wardrobe she was thrilled with selected pieces to make up lots of different outfits. You are teaching all and passing it for all generations. Thank you

  104. We have recently downsized into an apartment from our old very large Queenslander. Help! I can’t find anything my wardrobe space is limited and finding clothes each morning is a nightmare!

  105. Currently my wardrobe is in disarray, I’ve got about 800mm of hanging space and 4 drawers. I keep thinking I need a huge walk in wardrobe, but then I’d probably still not know what to wear. So I think a lesson in capsule wardrobes could be amazing, teaching me to style smarter, not harder!

  106. I lack direction and tend to wear a few bland outfits over and over……
    My wardrobe is an eclectic hotchpotch of colours and styles which leaves me confused and overwhelmed every morning.
    Don’t even get me started on layering‍♀️

  107. After years of body issues I have finally reached a happy place where I am mostly content with how my body is. I think turning 40 last year has helped me realise I’ve got to love what I’ve got. I love clothes but have been in a rut forever and now I realise I should be wearing clothes that make me feel fabulous BUT I am finding it hard to find my new style and clothes that suit my body shape. A capsule wardrobe workshop would help me find a style to suit my new body confidence.

  108. Every winter I am totally baffled with ‘What did I actually wear last winter?’ I am stuck in a rut and am questioning what direction should my wardrobe be heading now I have entered my 40’s. The corporate world is challenging and the weekend wear doesn’t cut it as comfy as it is

  109. My issue is overspending and impulse buying. I don’t put enough thought into how much wear it will get and what items I already have that will go with it.

  110. I am moving from Adelaide to Brisbane in the next month and expect my daily clothing choices will be quite different to what I am used to. I would LOVE some help to work through my wardrobe for a new climate! X

  111. I am struggling to adjust to my new body shape post menopause and my wardrobe reflects this. I would love to streamline my wardrobe so it is stylish but minimal and so it reflects my lifestyle. Learning how to create an ‘ultimate capsule wardrobe’ would be a wonderful first step in achieving this.

  112. I’m really in a rut at the moment, just feeling uninspired & grabbing something to wear each day. I feel like if I was more accountable I was put in more effort and could feel better about myself

  113. I am completely uninspired when it comes to clothes and feel I’m at a point in my life where I would like the outside to reflect how I feel inside. I would love some assistance to figure out what my style actually is!

  114. I am completely uninspired when it comes to clothes and feel I’m at a point in my life where I would like the outside to reflect how I feel inside. I would love some assistance to figure out what my style actually is ‍♀️

  115. I feel like my style is all over the place and more teenager than adult! I think this would allow me to see what suits me (and what I’m comfortable in) to update my wardrobe 🙂

  116. Happy Friday! My wardrobe has been pared down to minimal, I did a huge cull. Now I’m not working (as such) I don’t need as many clothes, so have taken all your advice on wardrobe real estate. It feels good. Is this photo a sneaky shot of your next collection have a great weekend, Kathryn x

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