You guys might have noticed the little grey bulb at the bottom of my sidebar. Anxciously searching for and overthinking ideas for a blog feature has lead me nowhere. I can only conclude that everything has been done already and my mind simply doesn’t seem able to come up with anything fresh and new. Maybe the stress for my upcoming exams and all those darn deadlines have something to do with that… .When Kristin over at As Luck Would Have It tweeted me about a feature she was planning on, I immediatly grew curious about what it would be. Turns out, her blog feature is ideal to deal with – and learn to reduce stress! Great, exactly what I needed in this stressfull time called May. Learn more about the purpose of The Simplicity Project here.
To kick it all off, I’m going to start with a shop-stop. Yeah, you heard me. A blogger who mostely blogs about her wardrobe is going to stop shopping. For two months. Don’t worry, I’ll keep doing my outfitposts and when I set foot on USA grounds in early July all hell will break loose for my bankaccount. The 20kilo max luggage weight will probably be a partypooper though. Now, I can hear you thinking: Why am I doing this and in what way is it going to make my life more organised? Easy Peasy! Firt off: my wardrobe is a mess. There’s tons of old stuff in there, things that I don’t wear anymore or desperately need replacement. Secondly, because I feel at a loss when it comes to my personal style. Blogging and seeing all kinds of inspiration has gotten me confused about my own style and even about who am / portray myself to be. During my two month shop-stop I would like to make a plan, moodboards of the styles I really like and think about how I can make them my own. I would like to make a list of basic items I am missing in my wardrobe, such as a trenchcoat, and do a big Spring clean! When this hectic period is over, I would like to be back as a brand new, improved version of myself. Hope you guys are with me 🙂