Part of the appeal of Project 333 is the opportunity to save money. The goal is to edit your belongings down to a seasonal collection of coordinating items that play well together. Arguably, you save money because you are shopping your own closet and you save time because your choices are limited. Leave it to me to spend money executing a minimalist lifestyle change.
You see what happened was… the process of curating a three month wardrobe revealed gaps in the coordination matrix. There was no black and white striped t-shirt, no nude go-with-everything stacked healed sandal, no gray ruched mini skirt - obviously items necessary TO TIE IT ALL TOGETHER. Not to worry, gaping fashion holes were filled, online, while nursing at 4:14AM. World’s best shopping conditions.
As soon as I tapped the order confirmation button the familiar nervous/guilty anticipation set in: In 3 - 5 business days all of my problems would be solved by J Crew. This very feeling is the dragon that I am attempting to shake. Even as I type this her fiery breath is whispering that I need just one more thing to complete the perfect spring capsule –
black nude flats. A good quality pair by Loeffler Randall. But I haven’t pushed ADD TO BAG. Yet.
Dragon lady is graciously quiet on the jewelry and scarf front. These signature items, mostly special gifts from Matt, didn’t require deliberation because they bring me joy.
Jewelry: From left, David Yurman, Tiffany & Co, Stella & Dot, Kendra Scott, Gorjana, model’s own
Hermes Scarfs: From bottom, Red Horse Bits 2007; Purple Love Birds 2009
Day 2 Outfit Credits
Top: Tart Collections (2014 Gilt.com)
Cardigan: JCrew (2010 stolen from sister Emily)
Pants: JCrew Minnie (2013)
Shoes: Christian Louboutin Simple 85s (2007)
Bag: Loeffler Randall Industry Bag (2014 gift from sister Emily)
Scarf: Posh Boutique, Charlottesville, VA (2010)
Jewelry: David Yurman (2006 - 2013)