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07 November 2010

30 for 30 Challenge

Most of you are probably already familiar with the 30 for 30 challenge. If not, here's a brief description:
Kendi from KendiEveryday has challenged herself (and whoever else wants to join!) to limit themselves to 30 pieces of shoes and clothing for 30 days. As an added even bigger challenge- absolutely no shopping can take place over these 30 days. Although it is a styling challenge, it also really forces you to realize that you don't need to have a giant closet full of amazing pieces to look great.

I first took the 30 for 30 challenge this past Summer/early fall. It started out really well... but due to lack of planning and a not so strong will with the shopping ban I finished quite later than originally planned, and I also cheated quite a bit on both the 30 items and the no shopping rule. So basically, not as successful as I had hoped. This time it's going to be different though. I have 40 outfits planned out (10 more than necessary!) and I tried on every. single. one. Yeah, I may have overdone the planning this time around, but at least I'll finish strong, fingers crossed!

However, I am going to lift the shopping ban for one day- Black Friday. I've never gotten to go black friday shopping due to my previous jobs in retail, but this year I get to go! So, head's up, I'm going to take advantage of it ;)

So here are the items I picked (Jewelry, tights, other accessories, and coats do not count.)
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Black Dress: CATO's
Maroon Tunic: The Limited
Grey Dress: Urban Outfitters


Top L-R
Black Cardigan: Gap Outlet
Cream Cardigan: Old Navy
Grey Sweater: Forever 21
Brown Sweater: gift
Black Blazer: Thrifted

Bottom L-R
Faux Leather Jacket: Forever 21
Embellished Cardigan: J.Crew Outlet


Top L-R
Chambray Top: J.Crew Outlet
Printed Blouse: Walmart
Aqua Turtleneck: GAP Outlet
Printed Tank: J. Crew Outlet

Bottom L-R
Checkered Shirt: Old Navy
White Ruffle Top: Gift
Black Sweater: Target
Grey Stripe Top: The Limited

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Black Skirt: Target
Purple Skirt: Charlotte Russe
Floral Skirt: Abercrombie & Fitch
Khaki Skirt: H&M
Houndstooth Skirt: Banana Republic Outlet
Maroon Silky Skirt: Ross

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Skinny Jeans: T.J. Maxx
Navy Pants: Old Navy
High Heeled Oxfords: Target
Oxfords: Urban Outfitter's
Black Flats: Payless
Nude Studded Flats: Target

5 comments:

  1. I love your houndstooth skirt! I can't wait to see what you do with it!

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  2. i love that your clothes are from everywhere! even a walmart shirt made it in there! it just shows your clothes don't all have to be expensive.

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  3. hi! I found your blog through the 30 for 30 list. I love the shoes and skirts you chose, very excited to see how you remix everything!

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  4. Thanks!
    And yes, I love to mix everything... and on a college budget there are usually more low cost things. haha :)
    And that Walmart shirt I found for $1 the other day while getting hair stuff. I normally dont clothes shop there, but this ones cute... and if its cute, why not buy something just because its cheap?

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  5. hello fellow 30 for 30 remixer! good luck, i look forward to following your mixes! :)

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