I’ll wager you have items in your closet that you love but have only worn a few times thinking they’re too good to wear for everyday events.
The tragic truth is if you don’t wear them you’re likely to end up giving them away because they’ve gone out of fashion.
A better idea is to work out how to dress them up or dress them down and wear them – in any case being a little overdressed will only have people thinking you’ve got somewhere exciting to go. And that’s got no downside. ?
We are all consumed by fast fashion so I have decided to challenge myself and you to 100 days of 100 outfits, no repeats, and no shopping. Everything I will wear must already exist in my wardrobe.
I’ll be starting my 100 days, tomorrow on the 1st of May, the first day of winter here in Australia and well, for no other reason, than it is starting with a 1. I am expecting this challenge to be harder than I am anticipating as I have two training courses in the middle of this 100 days and I discovered last month that I have a process when I am training of wearing the same outfits. I really do wear 20% of my wardrobe 80% of the time. Well not for the next 100 days.
As you follow my progress you might discover that you want help with your own wardrobe. I can help you in person or online. Contact me for more details on how I can help you maximise your wardrobe dollars and look fabulous every day.