Step 1: Select 30 pieces of your wardrobe. Accessories and outerwear excluded (I, especially, live in a climate where a blazer does not count as outwear). Shoes, however, are included in your 30.
Step 2: For 30 days make 30 unique and fashionable outfits out of your 30 pieces.
That last part will be the hardest for me!
I had found myself repeatedly saying "I need..." when truly I have a lot and don't need anything! So, I'm choosing to do this to be more thankful of what I have and to spark some creativity with my current pieces. Drum roll please, here is what I chose!
3 Button Downs
From Left to Right: White Oxford/American Eagle, Chambray/Old Navy, Light Blue/H&M
4 Dressy Tops
From Left to Right: Birdy/H&M, Cream Peplum/Express, Chiffon Polka Dot/Old Navy, Mint Silky/Old Navy
From Left to Right: Purple Crew Neck/J.Crew Factory, Beige Polka Dot/Old Navy
Top Row: Pink Tank/H&M, Teal Tissue T-Shirt/J.Crew Factory
Bottom Row: Black and White Striped/H&M, White T-Shirt/Target
From Left to Right: Black Blazer/Target, Denim Jacket/Old Navy, Navy and White Striped/Old Navy
2 Skirts & 1 Dress
From Left to Right: Black Jersey Pencil/Old Navy, Oxblood Jersey Mini/H&M, Green Jersey T-Shirt Dress/H&M
6 Pairs of Jeans
From Left to Right: Trouser Jean/Old Navy, Black Rockstar Jean/Old Navy, Dark Wash Skinny/Gap, Regular Wash Skinny/Gap, Pastel Pink and Teal Skinny/Target
5 Pair of Shoes
Top Row: Cowboy Booties/Steve Madden via Marshall's, Pink Ballet Flat/SoleSociety, Leopard Heels/Target
Bottom Row: Black Ballet Flat/Target, Grey Toms
There we have it, 30 pieces!
So, out of my whole closet (which isn't very big anyways) I can only select from the above three places! I'm actually stoked to go through this. I did 5 drafts of my pieces. Yes, 5 DRAFTS of what to choose which alone tells me I have far too much to choose from.
Have you ever tried anything like this?