Looking to upgrade your wardrobe?
You've come to the right place!
My team and I have helped thousands of men (and women) from all over the world refine their style and improve their image by designing the perfect capsule wardrobe just for them.
A "capsule wardrobe" takes the time, stress and thought out of shopping, getting things to fit right and putting outfits together.
Everything works together - you can't make any mistakes! See examples of custom capsule wardrobes we've done for other customers below.
What to expect from your Custom Capsule Experience:
It starts with a 15-minute call, so I can get to know you and understand your wardrobe needs:
Part 1: Your current wardrobe (5-10 mins)
I'll ask you about your career, your location, your lifestyle, your current wardrobe, what you think is missing, etc.
Part 2: What's right for you (5-10 mins)
We'll chat about your budget, your fitting requirements (whether ready-to-wear or bespoke is better for you), which garments are best to start with, etc..
Part 3: Your custom capsule (email follow-up)
I'll use our conversation to design a custom capsule wardrobe just for you. It can include ready-to-wear and/or bespoke garments (depending on your needs and budget) and it might even include one-of-a-kind garments made with unique fabrics from our "secret menu".
I will personally hand-pick the best colors, fabrics, and designs for you and your lifestyle. I'll make sure every garment fits you properly and works together cohesively - so you can easily (and quickly) create stylish, timeless outfits for every occasion in your life.
Here is what a recent customer said about his experience:
"The capsule wardrobe Dan put together for me has been a complete game-changer. I went from "no style" to voted "best-dressed" in my company...getting dressed is so easy - and fun!” - Steven, Los Angeles.
Click below to reserve your spot.
We look forward to working with you!.
Yours in style,
About Dan Trepanier
Dan Trepanier was named “Best-Dressed Man in America” by Esquire magazine in 2009 while completing his psychology degree at Columbia University. He went on to study menswear design at the Fashion Institute of New York, apprenticed with a bespoke tailor where he became head fitter, then created Articles of Style; a personal wardrobing and bespoke clothing service with customers worldwide.