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Fall Capsule Wardrobe from Target

Y’all, Target has some CUTE stuff this fall if you are looking to add a few pieces to your capsule wardrobe! Have you ever tried making a capsule wardrobe? It has really changed how I view spending and shopping, and it cuts down on how long it takes to get dressed. Interested in checking it out? Click [HERE] for my 5 step process to get started! Not interested in capsule wardrobes? Well, just enjoy this try on of a little fall capsule wardrobe from Target!

SIZING INFO:
If it helps for choosing sizes, I’m 5’8″ and usually wear between a 4-6 in pants from Target and a S in Universal Thread brand from there!

Kimono: one size fits all + SO SOFT (would look cute w leggings, too!)
Jeans: button front size 6, needed size 4, loved the dark wash
Booties: very comfortable with a medium/low heel, fit true to size (TTS)

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*click picture below to shop affiliate links

oversized fall sweater target

Coat: wearing M, beautiful soft cognac color with tie belt
Sweater: oversized and soft, wearing M, comes in extended sizes
Jeans + Booties same as above

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fleece jacket rust fall sweater

Fleece jacket: LOVE! Cognac trim + cream fleece, wearing M
Sweater: wearing S, could go up one size for looser fit
Jeggings: wearing a 4 and they hit me above the ankle
Shoes: not from Target but will link

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dress pockets denim jacket fall outfit

Dress: LOVE! Wearing M but need S bc oversized, POCKETS + no sucking in!
Denim Jacket + Shoes: not Target but will link

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fall cardigan capsule wardrobe

Cardigan: wearing M, pockets remind me of my Madewell ones
Tee: wearing M, runs big and has a bit of cropped cut
Mules: memory foam and so comfortable, fit TTS
Jeans: same as above, size 6 but need 4
Bag: linking Target’s version

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Felt flannel: Wearing S, so so soft and looks more expensive than it is!
Booties: fit TTS, listed as “brown” online but look a grey/green in person
Jeans + Bag same as above

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Hope these little mini capsule wardrobes are helpful to you guys! The purpose is to start with what you already own and love, and then maybe fill in a few holes each season as needed. Keeping the number of items small and only including the pieces you TRULY love makes the whole capsule process a budget-friendly endeavor, and if you work to make the items in each seasonal capsule coordinate, you’ll have quick + cute outfits all season long! Want to see another inexpensive fall capsule from Old Navy?! Click [HERE] to see that one!
❤️ERIN

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  1. Kori says:

    Hi Erin,

    This is such a great idea! I love that you put such adorable and affordable outfits together! I have to admit… I’ve already purchased a few, I couldn’t resist!! I think some of these pieces will work all year!

  2. Korilyn says:

    Thank you for gathering these links! I love them! I went to my local Target store the other day and I was so disappointed with what they had.

  3. Puja says:

    Omg I need it all!!!! So cute! Love the girls in the video 😍

  4. Heather Pietrzak says:

    you just make me smile and bring joy with all you share! thank you for being a BRIGHT LIGHT on social media!

  5. Tshirtideal says:

    Awesome looks! You are looking superb in all these cozy looks. I can’t wait to try these looks.

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