Wednesday, December 15, 2010

An Uphill Battle I Couldn't Win

So I realize I've said in the past that I'm not a quitter, but I have absolutely no motivation to wear clothes that barely fit anymore.
I've dropped the 30 for 30 challenge :(
I know, I know, I suck.
I will try to redeem myself on the next one though.

Lessons learned:
  1. Make sure everything I choose fits prior to adding the items to my selection.
  2. Pick a wide variety of silhouettes.
  3. Patterns are key to add interest.
  4. Pick different TYPES of items... not 5 of the same thing, (in my case cardigans).
Again, I apologize, but I actually have things that fit now, and I am so looking forward to putting together new outfits with recent purchases that actually fit and make me feel good about myself.


  1. The great thing about the 30/30 is you can always try again. I can't wait to see what you come up with.

  2. Oh darling I would have failed so badly on this so don't be sorry!

    Maybe that just means you are too creative and free spririted for a measly selection of 30?



  3. Ahh honey, your outfits for the challenge looked amazing! I did some fast scrolling through, and I really liked them all! But I totally understand you've gotta do what's right for you!

    Thanks so much for your comment...I'm glad I stumbled across your blog! I'm your newest follower! I love your style.

  4. I am excited to see your new purchases ! Also, you should not feel bad about the challenge. You are a trooper and did better that I could have.

  5. Your outfits were Super Cute ! You did Great. You have class and Great Style.

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  7. the point of the 30x30 is more about learning how to shop smart and work creatively with what youve got, so if you at least got that out of it then i say you were successful in some aspect!

  8. You don't need to finish the challenge with 30 outfits to have completed it...sounds like you have gotten everything you need out of the challenge!

    The Auspicious Life


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