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Day 75 of the 100 Day Dress Challenge

August 14, 2020 11:41 AM | Elizabeth Kettle (Administrator)

Wow! This summer is flying by! Anyone else feel the same way? 

I can't believe it is already day 75 of wearing the same dress every day. I have learned some interesting things along the way.


          


1- it has been much easier than I thought. There is a simplicity around starting the day that I have really enjoyed. 

2-I didn't get to play with styling much as I thought I would because I didn't get to go out much…I am sure you can relate! Also, it isn't really scarf weather…I have a lot of scarves because I love fabric so much. This is sort of an ah-ha for me…less clothes, more scarves!

2- I really don't need or even want all the clothes I have. A couple friends have been sending me pics of new garments to purchase when I am done but I am not even tempted.

3-The closet makeover was a lot more fun than I thought it would be and I love walking into my closet every day and seeing it clean and tidy with space for everything to breathe! So many clothes to release. Video link coming soon. 

4-The closet clean-out has inspired me to move into other areas of the house to get rid of stuff that is just stuff. We have lived in this house for 29 years....so much stuff just because we had room for it. Don’t even ask how many sport water bottles we had.

5-No one notices….or maybe they are too polite to ask?  More like no one cares. My husband noticed only because I started taking pictures of myself all the time. People who know about the challenge ask because they can’t believe I am not sick of it.

5- Dresses in the summer are the way to go unless you are weeding the garden and getting muddy.  This wool dress is way more comfortable and cooler than most of my shorts and crop pants paired with tees. 

6- Taking a photo every day is hard for me...it reveals just how much time I spend at the computer.

7- This wool dress is amazing for travel, baby proof, long enough for swings and sitting in the grass with kids.  

       
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