This project was a challenge, but an incredibly fun experience. I worked to raise awareness with a great non-profit like LBL and pushed myself through an challenging month of remixing. So what did I learn from my Six Item experience?
- My closet is capable of much that I thought it was. I need to give my clothing more credit. The challenge made me think about each piece and the different ways I could use it. That's a tactic I need to apply to the rest of my closet.
- Accessories really can make a difference. I have become much more aware of the jewelry, shoes, belts, scarves, etc. that I put on my body each morning. And more importantly, I take the time to accessorize before leaving the house now.
- Despite my original thoughts, I didn't do much more laundry than usual.
- I absolutely hate taking outfit photos every single day. I don't know how some bloggers do it. After the first week, it began feel like a chore that I just didn't have time for during my day. Which is why a majority of these photos got taken on my back patio - it didn't require effort.
- I am never doing a month-long wardrobe challenge again. Ever.
Thank you ladies for all the encouragement and support through the last four weeks. I think you guys are what kept me going. But I hope you're excited as I am for Coffee and Cardigans to resume functioning at full-closet capacity on Monday! Have you every tried a wardrobe challenge like the Six Item Challenge or 30 for 30? How was you experience?