Looking through the old posts from my first 21 Day Challenge, I remembered how fun it was, even if I did struggle with a few of the days. Now that I’ve better defined my style, I figured it’d be fun to give it another shot, and what a better time to start than on the first day of Spring!
Starting tomorrow, I’ll be doing a second 21 Day Challenge. I figured it’d be fun to start on the first day of spring. I’m not going to lie, I thought long and hard about this and have quite a few things already planned out. But that’s mostly to save myself time in the morning and stressing over getting things right. Last time I did this, part of the challenges I faced were because I was just throwing things together last minute, and I ended up in outfits I just didn’t feel “me” in. So this time, I thought it out a little in advance.
If you’d like to play along, here’s the list:
- Pick an item to remix 3 times over the next 3 weeks (NO JEANS!).
- Tuck it in.
- Mix patterns.
- Color block.
- Belt it.
- Get creative (wear something in an unexpected way).
- Layer accessories.
- Mix fancy and casual.
- Wear a closet orphan.
- Wear a dress or skirt.
- Jazz up jeans and a tee.
- Neutral base with a pop of color.
- Copycat! Recreate an outfit you love from a catalog, blog, etc.
- Try something new with your hair.
- Pull something from your repair pile, fix it and wear it.
- Statement jewelry.
- Wear something on your head.
- Wear Sunday shoes.
- Work it! Use all your new-found dressing confidence to put together a killer outfit that works for you!
Are you in? If so, let me know in the comments! Heck, if enough people are interested, I may even add a linky to each day’s post so you can link up if you like.
Shout out to Freckles in April.
She started this challenge for herself and other fashion bloggers in mid-August of 2012. While there are quite a few style challenges out there, I feel like the 21 Day Challenge is one of the easier ones. While you’ve got specific daily “assignments”, you aren’t limited to a few pieces you choose, like with the 30×30 Remix Challenge. And 21 days is a pretty manageable amount of time, too.