Imagine this scenario:
You and your small kids haven’t left the house in DAYS.
Your toddler keeps asking you to retell the story about the time you guys took a train to the toy store (which, by the way, has never happened), and your other child is eating Play-Doh.
It’s 4:30PM and you forgot to put dinner in the slow cooker, and so far today you’ve only consumed coffee and string cheese (okay, okay, and half a bag of Goldfish, WHATEVER).
You have approximately 600 loads of laundry to do, and your brain feels like it is actually buzzing with the amount of items on your to-do list. (One of these items is to give the dog a flea bath, so that buzzing may in fact be fleas. Not sure.)
THIS, my friends, is why you need a stay-at-home mom winter capsule wardrobe.
Because you’ve got enough on your plate without worrying about throwing together an outfit at 5:17AM when your toddler wakes you up asking for whipped cream.
Not sure what a capsule wardrobe is? No problem.
That cute linen shirt that you bought three years ago and haven’t worn once because it’s Dry Clean Only?
Nope. Not in your capsule wardrobe.
Your trusty, really, really soft bathrobe that you like to wear around the house for the first eight hours of the day?
Yup. You bet your bippy that’s going in your capsule wardrobe.
Having a realistic stay-at-home mom winter capsule wardrobe will make getting dressed each morning a BREEZE.
Even if you haven’t slept in three years.