How to mix light colours in your wardrobe: 38 outfits.

Winter is always a hard topic when it comes to colour. Most people prefer to just go with black or darker tones as it simplifies their choices. This comes at the cost of self-expression and personal happiness.

That’s why I’ve decided to do a little experiment and show you how to include light colours in your winter wardrobe. Have a look at this new video if you’d like to get inspired.

To create this capsule I used 52 fashion principles and methods from the Wonder Wardrobe course. Although I didn’t include that many items, this wardrobe came out to be fully interchangeable and very versatile. Let me know in the comments how many styling principles do you apply when creating your wardrobe.

WONDER WARDROBE: 38 outfits.

WONDER WARDROBE: 38 outfits.



This capsule includes 7 tops, 2 dresses, 5 bottoms, 1 blazer, 2 pairs of shoes, 1 bag that result in 38+ beautiful outfit combinations.

Style: Casual style with classic elements. 

Colour type: Summer.

Body shape: Inverted Triangle, Rectangular.

Season: Autumn/Winter/Spring.

Please note, that this method should be used as a learning springboard, not a ready-to-buy wardrobe. No brands or prices will be disclosed as the purpose of this blogpost is to teach you a lifelong skill, not to sell you more clothes.


Learn how to do it by yourself.


How do you implement light colours in your winter wardrobe? Do you wear light outfits in winter?

Let me know in the comments!