Spring 2017 Wardrobe Planning

For Spring, I want to add a dash of lime into my wardrobe. I’ve picked up a few knits with lime colours in them that I want to use.
This wardrobe is an outdoors/casual wardrobe. It’s not completely mix/match but divided into groups of 5 with two tops and 3 bottoms. The groups make the planning a little easier for me. Within the group, they all work together and have a similar theme. Many will also work with the other groups but don’t necessarily need to.


Some Colour Scheme Inspiration


Sprinter (Spring-Winter) Group

Spr’inter Fabrics

Ideally a Sprinter group a jacket would be included. The North Face knock-off jackets, Goretex jacket, rust linen jacket and cream jean jacket will work with this group.

Top row
olive cotton – Zip-off pants – Kuhl Splash or Isis Marcy knock-off
light grey UPF 50+ shirting – long sleeve hiking shirt
printed mesh – simple top (Knipmode)
Bottom Row
olive tencel – loose fit pants ( may hang onto this piece)
Grey/green sateen – stetch woven pants eg Marmot Ginney
Charcoal DWR canvas – rugged waterpoof hiking pant – Kuhl Jetstream

Spring Group

True Spring Fabrics

The three pant fabrics in this group has a slight greenish cast with goes will with the knits.

Top row
Striped slub knit : loose fit T-shirt
Nylon jacquard knit : Tank top
Bottom Row
Sand DWR microfiber – hiking pants, possibly as a light overpant
Koi print canvas – 5 pocket jeans
Light khaki stretch woven : pants

Sprummer Group

Spr’ummer Fabrics

Top row
Lime animal print knit: Tank top
Sand stripe knit : T-shirt
Bottom Row
Chocolate sateen: Shorts
Elk denim: Jeans
Raw linen: kightweight pants

Sport fabrics

Spring Sport Fabrics

TBD


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