I don’t have to do 30 for 30 again. I’ve already done it twice, so I’ve proved to myself I can work with a limited number of items and still dress myself reasonably well. But I love a challenge, and summer clothes are completely different. Lots of colour and lots of cardigans are planned.
Top row, l-r: Anthro Diamond Lattice Dress (Moulinette Soeurs) | Anthro Verdant Slip Dress (Moulinette Soeurs) | Anthro Reflecting Pool Dress (Moulinette Soeurs) | Anthro Height of Summer Dreess (Maeve)
Bottom row, l-r: Anthro Marine Dress (Nathalie Lété) | Banana Republic floral babydoll dress | Club Monaco floral dress
Top row, l-r: Anthro Echoing Folds Cowlneck (Bordeaux) | Anthro Pesisir Top (Fei) | Anthro Winged Victory Top (Odille)
Bottom row, l-r: Jacob sleeveless top – brown (circa 2006) | Jacob sleeveless top – black (circa 2006)
Top row, l-r: Anthro Bette Cardigan (Sparrow) | Anthro Anadyomene Cardigan (Rosie Neira) | Anthro Beribboned Buds Cardigan (Tabitha) | Gap cardigan
Middle row l-r: Club Monaco cardigan | Gap cardigan | J. Crew cardigan
Bottom row, l-r: J.Crew featherweight cashmere cardigan in Dried Blossom | J.Crew featherweight cashmere cardigan in Heather Algae
This’ll be fun. But I’ve also decided to take a casual approach to this challenge. As Kendi wrote, it’s not about putting together 30 outfits as fast as possible or competing with anyone. I’m taking this challenge to wear and enjoy what I have in my closet. If I want to wear something that’s not on this list, I will. If I want to buy something, I will, as long as I love that thing and I’m not buying it because I feel like I have nothing to wear. I just want to take these 30 pieces and make 30 outfits, and if it takes me all summer, that’s fine.