A Winter Wardrobe Mood Board
Before I started blogging about fashion, I didn’t take much consideration into the actual planning of my wardrobe. The process was mostly go shopping, see something I like, buy it. Shopping shouldn’t be complicated yet I would always wonder why I had a so many items I never wore or that aren’t a nice match with other pieces in my closet. Planning is a useful tool in most aspects of life but I generally did not consider planning applicable to my style. I’m still growing my outfit planning abilities but even now I am happier with how well the items in my closet are coming together. The power of a carefully curated closet while getting ready in the morning makes life so much easier.
One of the tools I’ve started using each season is a mood board. Usually reserved for fashion shoots and designers, a board is an amazing (and fun) way to brainstorm your personal style. As I curate my closet, I like to add classic pieces each season to replace older ones that I’d like to retire. It also helps me to visualize the clothes I have with fresh outfit ideas to replicate.
For those of you who are looking for a more organized way of shopping and curating your style, I have found this trick extremely helpful. I’ll be sharing on Mary Wears different mood boards to provide ideas and help you build a closet you love. The one above is the most recent I created for this fall and early winter. I almost exclusively use Pinterest to find images of inspiration when creating a wardrobe mood board. For this season, I really was looking for simple, classic inspiration. I love the muted neutral colors with some pops here and there.
I’ll be sharing more mood boards as the seasons progress and my style and taste continue to evolve.
You can shop similar looks here:
Long Coat | Plaid Blazer | Grey Trousers | Chunky Turtleneck | Gucci Loafers | Trench Coat
Thanks for reading! – Mary