Last week I debuted my capsule wardrobe–both the concept behind it and the entire wardrobe itself. This week I thought I’d share with you a few of the purchases I made during the capsuling process. Building a capsule wardrobe isn’t just about minimizing and reducing–though that is the lion’s share of work–it’s also about making sure that your wardrobe suits you, and at times that can mean building out your wardrobe in places where it’s lacking. For me, those areas were glaringly obvious: lounge wear and comfortable shoes for work and play. Buying into the McBlogger stereotype, my wardrobe had far too many heels and outfits suited for outings like cocktail parties. Have a look at the biggest fashion bloggers and you’ll see this McBlogger look in action. Part of the capsuling process for me was realizing just how much time I spend cozied up at home with friends or just my husband, and how much time I spend doing activities, like standing at my desk at work, that require comfortable and supportive footwear. So I decided that these areas in my wardrobe needed some serious spiffing up.