I’ve sworn by capsule wardrobes for Greenlea pretty much since she was born. Sticking to a general color scheme and buying clothes that mix and match easily makes getting dressed SO. MUCH. EASIER. Now with baby Ozzie, I’m finding that I gravitate towards using a capsule wardrobe even with his young age. Easier is always better. Here’s some inspiration for your kiddos:
Toddler Capsule Wardrobe for Girls
I love this one. Grays and blacks with a bit of cream and pink thrown in. Of course, I had to throw in a faux leather moto jacket and tulle skirt . . . pretty much Greenlea’s favorite combo.
Top Row: Pom-pom Hat, Panda Sweater, Polka Dot Tee, Moto Jacket
Middle Row: Pink Vest, Striped Peplum Tee, Grey Sweater, Pink Bear Hoodie
Bottom Row: Tulle Skirt, Sequin-kneed Jeans, Pink Pants, Heart Leggings, Black Leggings
Shoes: Glitter Sneakers, Black Moto Boots
Toddler Capsule Wardrobe for Boys
Putting together a boys’ collage is way more fun now that I have a little man at home. I’m loving the combo of red, black and navy.
Top Row: Striped Hat, Peacoat, Gingham Shirt, Shawl Cardigan
Middle Row: Grey button up, Denim Jacket, Buffalo Plaid Shirt, Striped Tee, Navy Hoodie
Bottom Row: Lined Jeans, Buffalo Plaid Sneakers, Blue Jeans, Grey Joggers, Denim Joggers
Shoes: Navy Shoes, Buffalo Plaid Sneakers
Gender-Neutral Toddler Capsule Wardrobe
We thought we’d add in a gender-neutral wardrobe, which was surprisingly difficult! There’s a serious shortage of kids clothes that don’t fall squarely into the “male” or “female” category (and I kind of think that’s too bad).
Top Row: Fair Isle Hat, Mittens & Scarf, Faux Fur Hooded Parka, Navy Hoodie, Green Graphic Tee, Fair Isle Pjs
Middle Row: Overalls, Beige Sweater, Bear Hat Graphic Tee, Burgundy Zip-up, Explore Tee
Bottom Row: Green Sneakers, Red Pants, Jeans, Burgundy Sweats, Dark Denim Jeans