Two things: I am obviously loving this kelly green color and I am still working with only a partial wardrobe. I realized when I went to take these pictures that I happened to be wearing the same color scheme as my last post, which makes me realize how ready I am to get this move from Georgia completed. I must admit that even thought I’ve done my best to make it work, it has been a little challenging and frustrating working with only a third of my wardrobe. I know, I know…first world problems. Ha!
Living with a smaller closet these past two months has given me the opportunity to re-define my wardrobe and how I style my clothing. It is so easy to get overwhelmed with all that we have and lose sight of the potential in our own wardrobes. So, lets get back to basics for a bit, shall we? Try starting a 30×30 challenge, which means picking out thirty items of clothing and creating thirty outfits for thirty days with only those items! You can create your own version of this and make it your own, just as long as you stick to what you decide and allow it to challenge you a little. Another way to do this is to put a halt on shopping for thirty days and take the opportunity to find a long forgotten treasure that hasn’t been worn out of the house for a while! In other words, “shop” your own closet! At the end of the thirty days, when you have access to your entire closet again or regain your shopping privileges, you will feel like you have a brand new wardrobe! This will be a challenging project and you will have to tame your inner shopper, but it will be worth it to inspire your creativity! Some of you will take this challenge with the intention of shaking your wardrobe up a bit and others will take it because they have moved to Nashville and are making the best of things 😉
Affectionately, Audrey ❤
Photography: Roy Benjey
Blazer: Goodwill / Blouse: Goodwill / Jeans: TJmaxx
Scarf: Goodwill / Shoes: Ross / Sunglasses: Gifted (Ray-Ban)
(I realize that I never have any clothing links, but I just love thrifting so much! 😉 )