September was going swimmingly, with beautiful sunny yet cool days, crisp yet easygoing breezes and that pleasantly perfect balance of things being just warm enough to go without jackets but comfortable enough for a light jacket or coverup. In other words: perfect fashion weather! I was in heaven. This week,
I wasn’t planning on getting anything, really. I was just minding my business there in my local resale shop, walking up and down the aisles. I was waiting for the staff to rummage through the bag I had brought after doing my New Year closet cleaning. It wasn’t a big
The #winter10x10 challenge is over! Yes, I did manage to wear only 10 pieces over 10 days — and without repeating an outfit. At times the restrictions annoyed me — but much less than I thought. In fact, the limitations actually helped, because I didn’t really have to think about
We’re in the home stretch of this little fashion challenge, and life has been so hectic the past few days that I’ve barely noticed my own clothes! I’ve taken on some new time-consuming duties at work, so having this tight little capsule wardrobe has reduced a lot of decision-making. All
To be truthful, I’ve been feeling a little blah-ish lately — mid-winter doldrums, perhaps? And my outfits for this little wardrobe experiment have felt that way to me as well. It finally took me until outfits 5 to 6 to feel like I’m in a little of a groove. Outfit
We’re headed towards the halfway mark of this little wardrobe remix fashion challenge, and what have I learned from limiting to myself to 10 pieces of clothes for 10 days? The first lesson is: I really do wear a lot of workout clothes. Like any other fleece jacket-wearing busy mama,
It was a bit of a pity that my 10 pieces/10 days/10 outfits challenge had to start on the front-end of my week, which is pretty loaded. It’s when I have the most energy and try to do the most: work, jobs, errands, exercise, general toddler wrangling projects, client-involving stuff.
This summer has been jam-packed: June was my birthday and lots of other birthdays, July was getting ready for Mexico and then actually going to Mexico. And August seems to be catching up with all the things that fell through the cracks while trying to gear up for fall. I’m