Styling You weekly outfit planner {printable}


To take the daily stress out of the what-to-wear question, I organise and plan.

The organisation bit is all about having a wardrobe that contains only clothes that make you feel fabulous. 

Less really is more.

A capsule wardrobe built on a foundation of basics (with a smattering of show-pony pieces) to fit YOUR everyday lifestyle is what I encourage you to aim for.

{click HERE for the process I follow}

Once your wardrobe is edited and working for you, the next step in keeping things stress-free is all about daily and weekly outfit planning. 

I know this is not for everyone but it's something that works for me. 

Every Sunday I make time to map out an outfit plan for week ahead. I write this down in the Notes app on my phone so it's there as a reference every morning for me. I also hang key pieces on a small clothing rack in my office. This helps as a visual reference point.

Maybe you've been looking for a prompt to help take the stress out of getting dressed?

Take the stress out of getting dressed with our free outfit planner

We've created a weekly outfit planner printable that you can download for free and fill in each week.

What's included:

  • A spot to note the predicted weather
  • Space to note what events/happenings you might have on that day - and upcoming events to plan for
  • Space to include not only the clothes but also the shoes and accessories for that outfit
  • An extra spot for evening outfits if a change is needed
  • A daily spot to write down how you FELT about the outfit you were wearing
  • A weekly reflection about which outfits you liked best
  • Space to write down any wardrobe gaps you might identify when putting together your daily outfits

Once downloaded to your computer, print it out each week or laminate one copy and write on it each week using a pen that can be wiped off.

When complete, attach it to the wall near your wardrobe or where you get dressed each day.

It's very ok if you change your mind and deviate from the plan (I do frequently) but what the plan does is give you a stress-free starting point from which to work.

{Special thanks to Amanda Fuller at Kaleidoscope Designs for her skills in making this look so damn good!)