14.5.18

The Kid's Summer Capsule Wardrobes

I don't usually have all of our summer things organized so early, but since we're in hot muggy Japan right now, I had to arrange all of this before our departure early this month. I packed a smaller version of their capsule wardrobes because when traveling I like to keep things light, but this is what I boiled things down to for the whole season of summer. Most of their clothes this season are a combination of thrift store finds, Gap, Old Navy, and Zara clearance section, and small shops (The Wild, Everywear Kids, She Is, Luv Mother, Mimi & August, Wildly, Hum Stitchery)

Girls (ages 4.5 and 6.5)

1 jean jacket (for cold nights at summer camp, and the rare cool day)
1 thick sweatshirt (for cold nights at summer camp, and the rare cool day)
2 thin cardigans (for cooler days; to go atop a dress or tank top)
2 long sleeve t-shirts (for cooler days, to keep bugs away on hikes)
4 t-shirts
5 tank tops
0-2 skirts (Lily isn't a fan)
2-3 dresses
2 jean shorts
2 casual shorts
1 pair thin leggings
2-3 swimsuits
1 close-toed shoes
1 rubber flip flops (for the pool)
1 neutral sandal (Birkenstocks, Salt Waters, or similar)


Boy (age 5.5)

1 jean jacket (for cold nights at summer camp, and the rare cool day)
1 thick sweatshirt (for cold nights at summer camp, and the rare cool day)
2 long sleeve t-shirts (for cooler days, to keep bugs away on hikes)
5 t-shirts
3 tank tops
2 jean shorts
2 casual shorts
1 pair thin leggings
2-3 swimsuits
1 pair running shoes
1 pair rubber flip flops (for the pool)
1 neutral sandal (Birkenstocks, Salt Waters, or similar)

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