How does TBC work?
“Firstly, I organise a consultation with my clients. Meeting them face-to-face is super important to gauge their character and start to build a relationship,” Warburton explains.
“Then I explain our aesthetic and the 27-piece edit we work on together to see if there are any ideas to adapt. Next, I ask them several questions about what style they tend to go for, who their style icons are and what they are looking to update in their wardrobe.”
“This means I can gauge what package they want and whether they feel they’re just looking for a few pieces or a full wardrobe detox.”
She then works with her clients through mood-boarding to build the 27-piece wardrobe. With sustainability in mind, TBC photographs everything that’s no longer wanted and then sells it online to produce a budget to go towards the new wardrobe to cut down on the clothing cycle. The service offers three packages that showcase a mix of designer and high-street pieces, so the service is affordable at all levels.
“If you were to choose the full package, I would start by coming to your home and beginning the full wardrobe cleanse, no matter how long it takes. Once this is done, I would then produce a new style direction that relates to our aesthetic.”
To build your own capsule edit, shop the 27 pieces below, from wardrobe staples to trend-led pieces that keep the capsule current.