Life becomes exceptionally hectic. Whether married, single, childless, or part of a large family, your schedule fills up quickly. It’s just the way the world is right now. But if you can get a foothold amid the chaos and plan for each day, you can achieve that idyllic sense of peace and control!
Many people budget, meal plan, and create detailed calendars. However, planning a week’s worth of outfits is another excellent way to prepare for what’s to come. Putting your clothes together at the start of the week has a lot of advantages, and it’s very simple to do.
Keep reading to learn Multiveristy’s guide on how to choose your weekly outfit;
Pick Your Plan-Day
Sundays are the most convenient for many people. Select a day when you have enough time to plan your outfits for the next seven days. Get your outfits together on the same day if you do meal prep and other weekly planning. It’s a simple way to remember to do it while working on making it a habit!
Look at Your Accessories
Dressing up for work does not preclude you from accessorizing. Accessories can elevate even the most basic outfits to the level of elegance. And it doesn’t have to be extravagant; the right bag and shoes can make a significant difference.
Planning your outfits does more than prepare you to face the world every week; it also lets you take a closer look at your wardrobe. You now know what outfits you wear the most, what fits, what needs to be adjusted, and what needs to be discarded.
What’s the Weather Forecast
Next, check the weather forecast for the week! It’s essential to check the weather forecast before planning your outfits during this transitional season. Some days are icy in the morning, so you might want to layer your top with an extra sweatshirt.
Choosing what to wear based on the weather will make you fashionable and comfortable! Layers are the order of the day this time of year, so pile on the warm clothes in the mornings and strip them off in the afternoons.
Visualize Your Day In Advance.
Next, think about your days before putting together your outfits. Is it a long day at work? Is it a half-day at work followed by a party at the office? A day of shopping with friends? An anniversary getaway? A casual cleaning day? Something in the middle?
When you know what you will do, you can plan the most stylish and functional outfit possible. This is one of the most appealing aspects of outfit planning! There will be no rushing around to put something together only to kick yourself later for wearing tall heels to Saturday morning errands. When you picture your day, your outfit suits your lifestyle and fashion sense!
If you’re overwhelmed by the number of clothes in your closet, start with the basics. This could include basic tees, your go-to pants, or neutral sweaters. More on wardrobe essentials can be found here.
When you start with these tonal foundations, it’s effortless to layer on appropriate colors, textures, and accessories for the occasion. Basics are the ideal canvas for creating a truly memorable ensemble! Begin small and work your way up.
Think About Creating A Capsule Collection.
Speaking of basics, consider creating a capsule collection to make outfit creation even easier! A capsule is a curated wardrobe of 12 - 30 matching pieces. In minutes, you can assemble the perfect outfit for whatever the day has in store.
Experimenting With Style
If you don’t feel like your clothes are on-trend or fashion-forward, planning is a great way to experiment with different styles! You have more time on Pinterest and fashion blogs to create unique outfits.
Your normally monochromatic outfits will now stand out with color. Or your cottage core vibe will take on a new edgy twist. When you plan your outfits, you can make them sing!
Apply An Organizer.
Next, if you’re planning your wardrobe, you’ll need a place to store your carefully curated outfits. You can assign a drawer in your ideal closet or purchase hanging garment storage shelves.
So, what are your thoughts? Will you start planning your week's outfits? It could also be an excuse to remodel your entire closet. Nothing beats a well-designed closet for making your home feel more luxurious and pampering you! Check out the Multiversity store if your closet needs more fashion add-ons!