LNA sweater, Nudie jeans (via Poshmark*)
I’ve been thinking a lot about the things that make me happy. (Un)Surprisingly, a closet full of pretty, enviable and expensive things was not on the list. I’ve come a long way, baby.
*toots own horn*
A perfectly edited closet is something that I’ve been chasing after for a long, long, long time now. Now that I’ve committed to this Project, that goal is closer than it ever has been. Old habits are dying out in favor of the charge to buy fewer, but better. Existing items are tailored to fit properly. Sub-par items are replaced or removed entirely. Thoughtful editing has separated the workhorses from the things just taking up space and I am much happier for it.
With that said, the first week of my second season of Project 333 is done. Project veterans say that the first season is very much a rough draft and that succeeding seasons are when it gets fun. I agree. I had a better handle on what would work this time around and that was reflected in the items I chose. That extra bit of variety is key to keeping it interesting and I’ve really enjoyed putting things together digitally and in real life so far. If you’re into in the daily outfit sort of thing, my Instagram feed has been flooded with #33in33 posts. Catch me there and post a few of your own, ya’heard!
*if you sign up for Posh with code HVSQU, we both get $5 – Ohana means family, and family means no one gets left behind.