**Please note, these are styles from Spring of 2016 and most are no longer available, sadly! If you are looking for a new capsule wardrobe, check out this post for this fall!*** Last fall I created a Capsule Wardrobe from H&M and I had so much fun doing it, I thought that since we are in March after all, it might be time for a Spring Capsule Wardrobe from H&M. ***This post contains affiliate links. If you click one and make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no additional cost to you. Thank you for supporting Lifestyle for Real Life***
My one objection to the majority of capsule wardrobes is that they are generally devoid of any pops of color. Which I can understand because it’s hard to mix and match a small amount of pieces into a wardrobe if you have crazy clashy colors going on. But, I thought I would give it a go anyway. I’ve added a mustard yellow, a teal blue and a very pretty pink sweater to my capsule. I think having those pops of color keep the wardrobe looking fresh. I also added a sort of kooky shoe (yes, the black and white striped flat) and then a more traditional nude/blush pump that can pretty much go with anything.
In total there are 17 pieces, including the shoes and accessories in this capsule wardrobe. If you bought every item, you would check out at about $360. Not terrible for an entire seasons worth of outfits. I ended up putting together 15 “normal” spring day outfits and 8 more “chilly” spring day outfits for those of us who live in places like the Northeast where spring can resemble winter on any given day.
When I put together a capsule wardrobe, I try to make sure that it doesn’t feel like you’re wearing the same thing over and over again. I think I have achieved that here. It’s also important to me that the pieces can work in a variety of environments. I see outfits that I can wear to work, shopping on the weekends, to church or baby/bridal showers and maybe even a date night.
If you would like to shop some or all of these looks, here are the links: