When creating a capsule wardrobe picking out a cohesive color palette is one of the most helpful things you can do to ensure that your capsule experience will go smoothly.

Not only do you want to pick colors that go together, but you also want to pick colors that complement the color of your hair, eyes and skin tone. With that in mind, we've created 12 different color palettes based on that criteria so that your capsule plays up what makes you, YOU.  

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Summer Color Palettes

Light Summer:

Light to medium ash blonde hair or strawberry blonde hair

Blue eyes or green eyes

Skin has either a neutral or pink tone and ranges in pale beige


Accessories that work for your palette

Soft Summer:

Hair ranges from a dark ash blonde to a medium ash brown

Eyes are grey-blue or hazel

Skin ranges from beige to dark brown. Beige is neutral and dark brown appears ashy


Accessories that work for your palette:

Cool Summer:

Hair is a medium to dark ash brown with little to no red tones

Eyes are Grey, blue, grey-blue

Skin is either neutral beige, a cool beige or dark skin has a cool undertone


Accessories that work for your palette:

Spring Color Palettes

Light Spring:

Hair can be golden blonde, light red or strawberry blonde, or light to medium golden brown

Eyes are blue, hazel, green or light brown

Skin is pale with peach or pink undertones


Accessories for your color palette:

Clear Spring:

Light to dark golden brown hair

Eyes are blue, green, or light brown

Skin ranges from ivory to warm beige with pink undertone to warm brown, bronze and dark brown


Warm Spring:

Hair ranges from strawberry blonde to coppery red to light golden brown to dark golden brown

Eyes are blue, green, hazel or light brown

Skin is ivory, warm beige, bronze and might have freckles

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Autumn Color Palettes

Soft Autumn:

Golden blonde to medium brown hair and soft red hair. If your hair is ashy you're more likely a Soft Summer

Green, blu-green, hazel and light brown eyes

Skin can be ivory, neutral beige, olive or brown


Accessories for your color palette:

Warm Autumn:

Hair ranges from medium to dark golden brown and can also be a warm red or auburn

Green, hazel or light brown eyes

Skin can be ivory, warm beige, bronze and brown. Skin and hair and eyes have an overall warmth


Accessories for you color palette:

Deep Autumn:

Medium to dark brown hair with warm tones

Eyes can be dark blue, green, hazel, brown, brown-black

Skin ranges from ivory to golden beige to olive to bronze to brown


Accessories for your color palette:

Winter Color Palettes

Cool Winter: 

Hair can be an ashy white blonde, light ashy brown to dark ashy brown to black with no red tones

Eyes are bright blue, grey, blue-green, light brown

Skin can be neutral beige, soft olive or black


Accessories for your color palette:

Clear Winter:

Dark brown to black hair that may have red tones

Bright blue or green eyes

Skin can be milky white, neutral beige, soft olive, or brown-black


Deep Winter:

Hair is medium to dark brown of black

Eyes are dark hazel or dark brown.

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Break Your Color Palette Into 3 Categories

Once you figure out what colors you like best and which colors look best on you, you're ready to start making your color palette. We suggest breaking your color palette down into three categories:


Neutrals are just that neutral colors. These are the basic building blocks of your capsule and are typically the color of your shoes and tees/tanks. 


These are the colors you love and wear all the time. They can be more neutrals, pastels or really anything you want. It's your color palette after all!


Accents are the colors that you like but may be too bright or bold to wear everyday. Or perhaps just a color you like that didn't make it into the coveted 'Main' position. 

The best palettes will include a mix of colors that complement you, especially for your neutrals and mains. Don't forget to include colors you simply love (accents are a great place for these). If you just can’t decide, choose the colors that make you feel most like you.