15 for 15: Part I

I wanted to challenge myself sartorially this year and since 30 for 30 made me NUTS, I decided to do 15 for 15... but I couldn't actually post things because... well I just didn't really feel like it.  So I limited my closet to 15 items: shirts, dresses and skirts. I tried to wear a different pair of shoes every day for the first week or so.  Then I decided not to limit myself further.  I enjoyed this for 15 days and even ended up doing 17 but didn't like two and decided I was done!  :)  I'll do this in a few parts.

On day one, I decided to take my dress and do something normal with it because I knew I'd remix it a lot.

 I excited myself by turning the bow on my DIY necklace to the front! :)  It's the little things.

On day two, I wondered why I didn't think of adding pink with navy!  I love those colors together!  I think the white belt this shirt came with made me think of only white.  So weird how limiting my closet and taking off that belt LIBERATED ME!!  And with these shoes?  I was feelin myself all day long!

On day three, I paired magenta and navy.  LOVED IT AGAIN!!  I bought these shoes for full price on my birthday 4 or 5 years ago and have never regretted it!  I wear them often and love them every time!

On day four, I turned my dress into a tank and was excited about it.  Don't take my excitement from picture number one!  LOL.  I also snatched these flats out of the back of my closet for the first time in... years I believe.

On day five, I went for simple and easy.  Yes, simple AND easy.  :)  Definitely that.  And yet... still like it!

Part II coming soon! :)


The Goddess said...

Those are all cute. I LOVE the dress and the pink and Navy outfit. And the shoes with that out fit I MUST have. Lol. I also like the simple and easy.. Its a great look. Looking forward to part 2.

Adei von K said...

Jam, i LOVE you in those khaki shorts!!!! and those flats are cool!!

Jameil said...

tg... thanks!

adei... merci!

GorgeousPuddin said...

You look nice! I totally love the gray dress and how it was used sartorially. The pink sandals with the gray were cute. I must say you have great taste in shoes!