And these are the outfits for Day 1 to Day 6... in that order... you may have seen them, or not on Instagram...
In short, from my list of 15 items, I have been using the following:
1) skinny jeans
2) wide leg jeans
3) wide leg grey corduroy pants
4) navy and beige skirt
5) flannel shirt
8) off-white long sleeve t-shirt
9) beige long sleeves t-shirt
10) green short sleeve t-shirt
12) white short sleeve t-shirt
14) grey vest
15) beige vest
That is 11 items of my 15 items list from last Friday that you can read here.
I can still create a few more outfits with those items and I still have 4 items I did not wear...
I did not wear the exact same thing twice!
I sometimes feel like I have an uniform... even thus I chose it... it feels weird... I am a grown up now!
But I must say that dressing up in the morning is SO EASY that I appreciate it...
I do not feel like I am wearing the same things over and over again any more then I use to the other weeks prior to that... because we tend to wear 20% of our wardrobe 80% of the time anyway... Now by the end of the week, I have been wearing 73% of my clothes... And that feels amazing!!!
I can't wait for the days to come where I get to wear the other 27%... I have a few more outfits idea...
I also find that I do not concentrate so much on how I look... but rather on how I feel! I feel great I the clothes I selected for these 31 days. I chose what I would look like for 31 days when I selected the items so I do not have to worry about it now....
It actually enhances my creativity.... not having to "create" outfits in the morning and not feeling like I have to express my creativity there I can do it elsewhere... I started drawing again... and knitting (my own creation - not using a pattern).... and I have many ideas for the book I am about to finish and release...
It's amazing how much time and energy you can save by not worrying on your looks every morning!
By creating this "uniform", I have kind of "automatize" this action we do everyday... like brushing our teeth and taking a shower...
I still like clothes... but I like the idea of thinking about it once a month instead of every single day!