For this month's wallpaper, I wanted to keep things simple. I love the wavy texture of the letters and thought that added a little bit of visual interest. For March, I feel like everyone is either Spring cleaning or getting their life together. I don't know, it's kind of a null month where work just happens. I wanted a bright wallpaper that was cheery, but not overpowering. It's one of my favorite wallpapers that I've designed, so far. I hope you enjoy! 


There's this new trend going on that I'm definitely bandwagoning (c'mon, we all do it). It's called the Capsule Collection and I'll all for it.  To me, a Capsule Collection is a collection that you reuse, reduce and recycle throughout each season. We’ve all heard of the 3 R’s before, right? You reuse your clothing during the entire season, reduce your wardrobe to a smaller amount and recycle clothing to create looks out of your new Capsule Collection. It’s harder than it sounds, but it’s all worth it when you walk into your closet and see clothes that you truly love and cannot wait to wear. It’s all about simplifying your wardrobe, buying quality pieces of clothing and most importantly, saving money! 

Lately, I've loved the idea of buying quality pieces that I use for years to come. I'm constantly thinking "what am I going to wear?" every single morning when picking out an outfit. It's exhausting, to be honest. Although I'm a fashion major, I think having a Capsule Collection will get my creative juices flowing. When you have a CC (can we call it that now?), you have to mix and match and create combinations from a  very limited wardrobe. There's something so thrilling about that. This year I told myself that I was going to implement this simpler lifestyle into my life and I'm aiming to start during the Spring season.

my reasons for creating a capsule collection