Capsule Wardrobe 101: Mastering Minimalism with Minimalistee

What is the first thought that comes to your mind when you hear the word "wardrobe"? Let me tell you what picture I see in...
Capsule Wardrobe 101: Mastering Minimalism with Minimalistee

What is the first thought that comes to your mind when you hear the word "wardrobe"?

Let me tell you what picture I see in my mind when I think of this word.

An overflowing wardrobe with clothes all stuffed in. It has everything that I love, but at the same time, it is such a beautiful mess that I cannot find anything that I want to wear at any particular time. It's so frustrating!

What about you?

Is your wardrobe in the same condition as mine? I am sure most of us can relate to this situation and the problem. Now, what if I tell you to switch to a capsule wardrobe?

Wait, wait! Hold your thoughts for a second! 

You must be wondering how to fit all the clothes from an overflowing wardrobe into a capsule wardrobe, right?

What if I say yes, it is possible?

First, let me help you understand what is a Capsule Wardrobe.

The Idea of a Capsule Wardrobe

The concept of the Capsule Wardrobe is to possess a limited and small collection of colour-coordinated clothes that can be mixed and matched to wear for every occasion. In short, you need to have the basics of clothing so as to have a smaller collection but still be able to have something to wear for your daily needs. 

Sounds new, right?

Not at all. This idea of a capsule wardrobe started to gain attention in American television and media in the 1940s. Having some colour-coordinated staple items in the wardrobe was the key to switching to a capsule-sized wardrobe. Gradually, over the years, this concept was also adopted by many popular fashion designers while designing their clotheslines to bring to the forefront the idea of minimalism. 

In this modern era of globalization, it is necessary to create awareness about this new way of living so that people from all corners of the world understand and adapt capsule wardrobes. 


Find the benefits of a capsule wardrobe

Why Choose Minimalism?

Minimalism states that one should have only those things that are needed and add some importance to life. Rest everything needs to be discarded in order to live a meaningful life and add value to it. Moving on with this concept, the capsule wardrobe was started with the hope of removing clutter from life and, at the same time, increasing productivity. 

Let us now see how Minimalism and Capsule Wardrobe add value to life.


Easy Decision Making

When the options are less, the decision-making process becomes more comfortable and quicker. You will definitely take less time to choose three t-shirts than ten t-shirts. Even if you think about the possibilities of each option available, you will still be able to make quick decisions. 


Saves Time

When the decision-making process becomes quicker, obviously, time gets saved. With a minimalist wardrobe, you no longer need to think and waste time choosing the correct attire for any occasion. 


Increases Productivity

When less or no time is wasted deciding what to wear, that time can be devoted or utilized for doing something productive. So, there is no denying the fact that minimalism increases productivity.


Eliminates Clutter

With Capsule wardrobe, you will never have that cluttered scenario that we discussed in the beginning. Less clothes definitely mean fewer stuffed wardrobes and fewer complications.


Simplifies Life

With less time to decide and more to devote to productivity, life obviously becomes more straightforward and better to a great extent.


Minimalistee guide to minimalism

minimalisTee Guide to Mastering Minimalism

minimalisTee revolves around the minimalist philosophy to offer you Basic Solid-Coloured T-shirts that anyone would love to wear, and they are appropriate for your capsule wardrobe. They are available in five cool colours to mix and match with different lowers for any and every occasion. Put an end to your search for stylish looks, and check out our style advice on pairing minimalisTee t-shirts with fashionable lowers.

Black minimalisTee t-shirt with Blue Denims

Our Solid Black minimalisTee t-shirt goes well with blue denims. They are a perfect pair for a casual meet at the cafe or a night out with friends. You can also enhance the look by wearing a denim jacket over it.

White minimalisTee t-shirt with Tulle or Pencil Skirt

minimalisTee t-shirts come in comfortable white colours, which can be teamed up with a tulle skirt or a black pencil skirt to create that professional look. It is classy and will boost your confidence to a loftier level. 

Red minimalisTee t-shirt with Printed or Denim Shorts

Red is a mandatory colour for you to keep in your wardrobe, even if you are going for a capsule one. It accentuates the mood and energizes the soul. When it comes to dressing up, this red minimalisTee t-shirt can be your perfect choice for peppy occasions. Just get hold of printed shorts or denim shorts with it, and you are ready to go.

Blue minimalisTee t-shirt with Khaki Trousers/ Cargo Pants

Blue minimalisTee t-shirts can never go wrong with Khaki trousers or light-coloured Cargo Pants. Get ready for a comfortable road trip with this attire now. 

Grey minimalisTee t-shirt with Black Pencil/ Palazzo Pants

Be it a professional meeting or casual date, a grey minimalisTee t-shirt paired with a black pencil or palazzo pant can do wonders and make you look classy and beautiful.

Pair up your t-shirts as you wish with your favorite outfits and get ready to sport the classy yet stylish look that most of us crave.

So, what are you waiting for?

It is time to get rid of the excess and get hold of the basics.

Yes, it is your day to switch to a capsule wardrobe with our minimalisTee t-shirt collection and be a part of this Minimalist movement for the better. 

Let us all take up this new challenge of reducing complexities, eliminating clutter from life and organizing everything with less because fewer worries will lead the path towards a more productive future.

I am on it already.

What about you?


This blog post was written by Anwesha Sarkar; a professional blogger who is sketching dreams with words to satiate her wish pallette and to be remembered beyond time. You can find more blogs from her at