Everybody loves the idea of having a functional capsule wardrobe right? It makes life so much easier when you have things in your wardrobe that go with lots of other things! (That’s the basis of a capsule wardrobe really.)

BUT for some people, the thought of having to put a capsule wardrobe together seems like a lot of hard work, and quite a daunting task.

As a personal stylist, putting together a capsule wardrobe is one of the most fun and rewarding parts of my job! It’s like a little jigsaw puzzle tailored to you. What pieces do you need, what colours work for you and what combinations can we create?

So lucky for both you and me, Farmers has asked me to create a workwear capsule wardrobe from their gorgeous Autumn/Winter collections. Yay!

So here are the fabulous pieces I’ve picked to create our capsule wardrobe…..

1_Farmers workwear capsule wardrobe


SHOP THE CAPSULE: 1.Whistle Peplum Jacket $139.99 |  2. Oliver Black Drape Vest $89.99 | 3. Ella J Classic Shawl Collar Wrap Coat Black $169.99 |  4. Oliver Black Woven Double Layer Top $69.99 | 5. Whistle Beaded Neck Sweater $79.99 | 6. Ella J Classic Merino Crew Neck Knit $89.99 | 7. Whistle Moody Printed Pant $79.998. Whistle Textured Animal Print Skirt $49.99 | 9. Oliver Black Double Cloth Pant $99.99 | 10. Whistle Moody Forest Print Dress $89.99 | 11. Zest Weekend Check Shirt Dress $79.99


  1.  I looked for colours that complement each other. Mostly cool tones that will work well with black.
  2. I chose a combination of prints and plain block colours also work well together.
  3. I though about how many tops vs bottoms vs jackets vs dresses would actually be useful in a wardrobe.
  4. I had a play around with several combinations to get it right – don’t be scared to try a few times to get it right!


This is the fun part! Let’s put the different outfits together to create different looks.

These first looks are for you if your workplace (or your personal style) calls for something quite classic with simple lines and classic pieces worked back in different combinations.

2_Farmers classic corporate (capsule wardrobe)

(see above to purchase the individual pieces)

These next combos are perfect for you if you want to add some spunk to your workplace looks. They would also work if you have a more creative job, or a more relaxed (but still professional) workplace. 3_Farmers funky professional looks (capsule wardrobe)

(see above to purchase the individual pieces)

This third bunch of looks is perfect for that smart/casual workplace, or for casual Fridays in your corporate job. I love these outfits! So many fun looks to choose from!

4_Farmers Casual Friday outfits (capsule wardrobe)

(see above to purchase the individual pieces)

See how many combinations we can get out of just 11 pieces (and 3 pairs of shoes). Once you get going with a capsule wardrobe, your imagination is the only limit! Here’s a few more little combos I’ve put together for your inspiration…..

Farmers workwear outfits capsule wardrobe

Outfit 1: Oliver Black Drape Vest $89.99 +  Whistle Beaded Neck Sweater $79.99 +  Oliver Black Double Cloth pant $99.99

Outfit 2: Whistle Beaded Neck Sweater $79.99 +  Whistle Textured Animal Print Skirt $49.99

Outfit 3: Oliver Black Drape Vest $89.99 + Whistle Textured Animal Print Skirt $49.99


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So are you a fan of the idea of a Capsule Wardrobe? Which is your favourite Farmers Capsule Look above? Tell me in the comments below, I’d love to know! 

Until Next Time, In Love & Style Always,


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