~ by Carmen Coburn
People use only 70% of their wardrobes—at least that’s what I recently heard on the radio.
I checked my closet and it looks the other way around in there—I use only 30% of it. Now it’s not that I don’t like the other 70% or have gained weight and can’t wear some outfits (I’ve weighed 115 pounds all my adult life!) So I have a challenge for myself; in the next 30 days I must wear something different every day. No repeats. Not only should I wear a different outfit each day, but each outfit has to include mostly clothes I haven’t worn for a while—things that lie forgotten in my drawers and closet!
I won’t count shoes (I’ll have to wear some of mine a few times), but I will try hard to use as many pairs as possible without repeating. Accessories apply; I have so many scarves and so much jewellery I could open a shop!
In the next month, try not to shop—shop your closet instead and let’s see the gems we find hiding in there!
Care to join me?
Pullover: American Eagle
Kilt: Le Chateau
Hoodie: Kraft Mandu (Nepal)
Pullover: Jeanne Pierre
Top: From Germany
Pants: Kensie (the Bay)
Scarf: RW & Co.
Coat: Joe Fresh
Cardigan: Smart Set
Pants: Le Chateau
Carmen is a dance instructor who spends all her money on clothes and teddy bears 😉
She currently doesn’t have a blog of her own , but is considering entering the blogosphere. She lives in Canada and runs the blog, Fashionable over 50.
5 responses to “Guest Blogger: 70/30 Remix”
I have heard we wear 20% of our wardrobes 80% of the time! And I hear you – I really need to foucs on what I have…and if I am not wearing it, trying to find a way to wear it in a new way, taking it to the sewing machine (or the tailor / cobbler), or sending it along it’s way to someone who will love it. I would be down with a no purchase challenge…
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