The 27 pieces you need for the ultimate capsule wardrobe

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According to an expert.

Words by Jessica Davis

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Now that we are getting dressed up again after endless months spent at home, trying to put together a chic ensemble or get back into your style groove can feel a little daunting. If getting dressed feels more chaotic than you would like it to right now, it might be a good time for a wardrobe re-set.

Our outlook on certain things has shifted over the past year, including our fashion needs. For many of us, our relationship with fashion changed dramatically as we spent less time curating office-appropriate looks or attending different social events – and we may now be looking to re-prioritise where we invest our money, while also considering how much we want to consume. With sustainability playing an increasingly important role in fashion, many are focusing more on quality over quantity, adopting a curated wardrobe and investing in pieces that will last.

If this sounds like you, but you feel that you need a little help with the process, let us introduce you to TBC (To Be Created), a new styling service that aims to simplify our wardrobes with just an edit of just 27 key pieces.

 

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TBC’s founder, Charlotte Warburton, makes the transition easy by offering a personal styling service for clients. “I’ve always been such a fan of the creative industry and what it produces,” she explains.

“However, for us real women, what we wear day-to-day is the basics – yet so many of us struggle to build the foundations of the essential wardrobe and are drawn to ‘trending’ items. I’m trying to take a more sustainable approach to the shopping process and help women create a more wearable wardrobe that can be worn time and time again.”

 

This article originally appeared on harpersbazaar.com/uk/

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