The Oh My Clumsy Heart Autumn Capsule Wardrobe

OMCH Autumn Capsule Wardrobe

When it feels like you have nothing to wear, it's often tempting to buy new clothes to fill the gaps. The real solution is hiding in your wardrobe. Putting together a capsule wardrobe is a good place to start. It can help you to avoid impulse purchases, discover new outfit choices, and simplify your every day style.

A capsule wardrobe is made up of high-quality clothing and everyday basics that never go out of style–including jewellery designed to complement your style and complete your wardrobe. Since our jewellery is designed with minimalist style in mind, it makes sense to share with you a capsule wardrobe each season. Up first is our Autumn capsule; what we're wearing and the jewellery we're pairing with it.

Take a closer look at our Autumn style inspiration for ideas on how to style your Autumn capsule wardrobe including this season's trending jewellery. If you need to update your jewellery options, you can create a jewellery capsule that will perfect your style, and save you money.

OMCH Autumn Capsule Wardrobe


We're seeing a favouritism for silver, textured metals, delicate chain-links, sculptural pendants, and oversized hoops in this year's Autumn jewellery trends. For this season's capsule wardrobe, we're opting for bold hoops and pendant necklaces in sterling silver. Our favourite Autumn jewellery includes the Etched Medallion Necklace layered with the Moonstone Necklace. We're going big with our Bamboo Hoops, and stacking our fingers with textured rings and chunky unisex bands.

Need more inspiration? Browse our Autumn edit to shop this season's most popular jewellery. We've shared a breakdown of this year's Autumn 2021 jewellery trends to help you freshen up your wardrobe with seasonal outfit styling.

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Written by Sophie Davies

Sophie is a freelance writer and full-time jeweller. She has been writing about simple living and sustainability for over ten years; exploring simple living, sustainable style, and slow travel. She writes for a variety of brands and publications as well as her personal blog, A Considered Life.

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