outfit tracking in the Stylebook app
I should have started this way sooner.
Getting dressed faster was one of the expected bonuses, but having a limited number of clothing to choose from is forcing me to wear items I would have otherwise passed on in favor of a white t-shirt or my standby pair of jeans. THAT, my friends, is a win; a win for those pieces that have been riding the bench for way too long.
On the downside, I was a bit ambitious with my selection for the project. After a week of consideration, I will be swapping one of the Zara shirts I recently bought for an(other), soon-to-be-released Everlane Langley tank top. I knew that open back shirt was a bad move…especially since I can’t wear it to work…or on the weekend…or anywhere else…without feeling incredibly overexposed. Nippies can only do so much, man.
In the spirit of keeping things nice and minimized (and that whole one in, one out thing), the shirt that isn’t working will be sent to my partner in clothes trading. I’ve also been collecting a bunch of other things to sell/donate/get out of my house one way or other. None of this will be surprising to anyone who’s been around here long enough since I purge and binge with the regularity of Old Faithful, but I’m interested to see how long this purge cycle lasts.
If any of you are on the fence about starting Project 333, just do it meng. Modify it to suit your preferences if you need to, but it’s definitely worth trying.