Tag: Capsule Wardrobe

Capsule Wardrobe Outfits: Week 1

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As promised in my college capsule wardrobe post, I will now be posting an additional blog post on Saturdays, featuring the outfits I wore throughout the week! For those of you who don’t know, I decided to really narrow down my wardrobe and tried to pack as little clothing as possible when I moved back to school a few weeks ago. This past week was my first week back at college (I’m a junior this year studying Criminology and Geography), so it’s time for my first round-up of outfits. By the end of the semester, these weekly recap posts will be a great documentation of all the outfit variations I could create with my capsule wardrobe! Continue reading “Capsule Wardrobe Outfits: Week 1”

My College Capsule Wardrobe

My College Capsule Wardrobe

Well folks, I made it to my apartment! My dad and I got here last night, and we’ve been spending today unpacking, shopping, etc. I’m so excited because unpacking is one of my favorite things, and today I’m breaking down the capsule wardrobe I brought for college this year (if you’ve been here awhile, you’ve probably heard me talking about it for months). While my school is returning to in-person classes for now, there’s a possibility they’ll send everyone home again, so we were instructed to “only pack the essentials”. Well to me, of course, the essentials consist of three bags of clothes and a huge box of shoes (check out the pics in this post). Continue reading “My College Capsule Wardrobe”

Packing for College in the Age of Coronavirus

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I took a poll on Instagram last week asking if you still wanted to see back-to-school content this year, given how uncertain the fall semester is looking… And the majority voted yes! But instead of just posting generic college content, I want to do my best to provide useful blog posts that acknowledge the weirdness of the upcoming academic year. So my first thought? A post about packing a light wardrobe for college during this pandemic! While I had already decided I was finally going to pack less clothing this year (my parents scoffed in disbelief when I told them), my university recently announced that students should only pack the essentials anyway. Continue reading “Packing for College in the Age of Coronavirus”