3 tips to a curated summer wardrobe

Hey Peeps,

I decided to take a minimalist approach to my wardrobe this summer and focus on getting pieces that were versatile and made me feel fabulous. I’m a fashion stylist, so playing dress up is always something I will love! I’m not brave enough to fully embrace the whole capsule wardrobe trend and throw out the rest of my wardrobe but I will say my collection this year is much more “curated”. So if your wanting a more cohesive, minimalistic wardrobe this summer read my tips below and then book yourself a style consultation girl!

  1. Pick 2-3 basic silhouettes you love and wear them on repeat. For example, mine were high-waisted shorts with a crop top or tee shirt tied up, a maxi skirt with a crop top, and a flowy top with a fitted Capri (as pictured below). I LOVE kimonos so I found a way to work kimonos into almost each one of these looks as well. You can then buy multiple pieces to create multiple versions of silhouettes that flatter your body type.
  2. Stick with a primarily neutral, solid color palette. Neutrals pair well with other neutrals and then you can add in one or two prints just for fun to mix and match with your neutrals.
  3.  Get pieces that flatter your body. This sounds like a “duh” but really. Don’t get something just because you saw it on pinterest and it looked cute on that photo shopped model. If these are pieces that your going to be wearing again and again, make sure you love them and love the way they make you feel!

IMG_3274IMG_3272IMG_3275IMG_3298 (1)(Photography by @juliadanielphotography)

For the month of June I am offering a new client discount where you can schedule your own personal style consultation for only $50. If your interested in taking part of this fabulous sale, please drop me a message from the contact page.

Thanks for stopping by the blog today and stay tuned for the next post where I’ll be sharing some fun news and updates! Happy weekend and stay fabulous.


Lizzy Jackson

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