I’ve been trying to spend less money recently and focus on the items that are already in my closet. It can be very frustrating because it requires creativity and planning. I wake up and dart out of the door without much thought to what I’m wearing. However, I usually feel less confident and annoyed because the outfits don’t always go well together. That’s why when I read the Closet CopyCat post from the Grant Life, I knew I was in…
The challenge this week was to wear a flowy skirt and then a bright top or something you normally wouldn’t pair together. The skirt I chose had been in my closet for ages and normally paired with a black top or cardigan. I tried a couple of shirts on before I thought… white is bright, right? And when I popped the striped top over my head, I knew it was a success.
Honestly, I felt awkward taking a photo of my outfit so I just had someone at work snap it (notice the name tag). But now I feel more inspired to take shots of myself so I can see how the outfit looks on.
I received compliments all day and really felt more confident simply because I put a little thought into the outfit. I think it meets the Summer Nights requirement of the challenge but also was suitable for the workplace. What do you think?