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The “Q” Capsule

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Whenever your life pivots, your wardrobe will follow suit. The global pandemic, COVID-19, has changed our lives in so many ways. Many of us are finding ourselves spending a lot more time at home. Many of us are also working from home, which means the need for professional attire isn’t necessary anymore. 

If you are like many of my clients, you might find that because you have put so much focus on your business wardrobe, your casual wardrobe has taken the back seat. And if you are going to feel your best and put your best foot forward, you need to look good to feel good. Just because you’re staying home doesn’t mean you have to wear raggedy old lounge clothes. Step up that casual wardrobe with your very own quarantine capsule wardrobe!

The Logo T-shirt
Keep it cool and casual but add some style with your favorite band tee!
Don’t Stand So Close To Me T-shirt
$47, Scoobie

Black Sweats
Wear sweats but keep them stylish by wearing a jogger style!
Zella Jogger style sweatpant
$75, Nordstrom

Tie Dye
Get on the tie dye train because it is going full speed ahead!
Daydreamer Sweatshirt
$87, Evereve

Relaxed Jean Shorts
Vintage-inspired jean shorts to update your look!
Agolde Parker Jean Shorts
 $128, Shopbop

The House Dress
The revival of an original—dresses in breezy cotton fabrics with comfortable stretchy smocking details.
Gingham seersucker dress with smocking
$285, Ganni®

The Feminine Sandal
For those of you who love the look of Birkenstocks but want something a little bit more feminine
Vince Glyn Slide Sandal
$250, Nordstrom

The Accessories
Elevate all your simple casual wear with some fun accessories!
1. YSL Cat’s Eye Sunglasses, $250 Nordstrom
Good Lookin’ Hoop Earrings, $99 Sierra Winter Jewelry
The Hank Necklace, $259 Sierra Winter Jewelry
Karma Hoop Earring, $99 Sierra Winter Jewelry
Joanna Straw Hat, $55 Nordstrom
Fun Mom Hat, $30 Sierra Winter Jewelry 

Written by:
Abby Wood

Abby Wood is a wardrobe stylist and style blogger in Kansas City, and her education in design plus retail experience make her an expert in fit, fabric, style and trends. Her professional experience in fashion began with an apprenticeship with a bridal designer, shifted to creating and showing her  own line, moving up to management and training at a retail level and now professional styling as an independent consultant. Abby loves to help individuals develop and evolve their own sense of style. / @abbywoodwear  /