Tuesday, October 21, 2014

New Pages for Reference!

Look up at the top of the page, right below where the Paris pavement spells out Vivienne - you'll see new links to A Common Wardrobe, and to Project 333.  On the Project 333 page, there's a link to a free worksheet that you can use for planning your own personal Project 333.

Remember these beauties from Project 333 of years gone by?  I think the power of accessories grouped by a theme, color scheme or motif is exponentially greater than the power of accessories on their own.  Yet another reason why having a plan for your wardrobe makes good sense!




Beara Beara


10 comments:

  1. You will never know how much your blog has influenced the way I dress. Yes, I had most of the pieces including the accessories already in there. But they were buried under a mountain of items that I never wore for all sorts of reasons. Well, that is a thing of the past. My closet has lots of room to spare, and it will remain that way, and I feel pretty good about myself when I leave the house. Thank you.

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  2. I echo Cornelia's testimony and thanks, Janice. Your brilliant and generous blogging is transforming lives everywhere, one closet and suitcase at a time.

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  3. As a rather new reader I have tried several of your approaches: assembled a "Starting from Scratch" wardrobe, then a 333 wardrobe. But then considering "Whatever's Clean" or a "Common Wardrobe" I'm confused about which to go with!

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  4. So much work .... and so appreciated! This is a great organization. Thanks so much!

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  5. What Cornelia and Gail said. It's more than just clothes. When we have a well-curated wardrobe and thoughtful plan for accessorizing, we can look polished and poised, even on the difficult days. Thanks also for the new pages. I do reference previous posts frequently and this makes it so much easier!!

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  6. Love the new layout! So easy to find information - thank you!

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  7. You have worked hard, my friend...I know it helps many women!!

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  8. Janice, I just want you to know how MUCH FUN I am having using your new tabs and carefully gathered linked pages. Yes, I previously did have a few of them bookmarked, but your comprehensive collection is outstanding. Hmmm, I wonder what Cobalt would look like with a Common Wardrobe? Oh, there's a link. What about the French Five in Emerald? Oh, look, here are two links. I could go on and on. It is a ton of work for you, I am certain, but I am sooooo glad you did it. My only problem now is being selective enough to choose the neutrals and the accents instead of loving everything.

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  9. Thank you so much for all your work, this makes everything so much easier to find. I bought three of your work sheets & found the Starting From Scratch series of posts so helpful. I've always been fascinated with "capsule wardrobes' but I was always disappointed with the results when I tried to put them into practise. I've managed to pick my colours & make a (small) list of the pieces I need to complete my SFS capsule. So thanks again for your blog & your heart. CV

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  10. I echo Cornlia, Gail, et.al. Many, many thanks for all the thoughtful guidance and insights.

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