I’m here with the final week of outfits from my summer capsule wardrobe! It’s been an experimental time of having packed away 75% of my closet and choosing to live with just 38 items (tops, bottoms, dresses, shoes) for 30 days. If you’ve never heard of a capsule wardrobe, or you’re considering it for yourself, I’m sharing my outfits so you can get a sense of how this whole thing works. You can catch up on what I wore during week one (here), week two (here), and week three (here).
Am I the only one who feels overwhelmed trying to keep up with all of the themed celebrations that come up these days? Like National Donut Day, National Puppy Day, National Siblings Day (which I swear happens at least three times a year), or International Bacon Day (I thought I made this one up, but Google told me it’s coming up on September 2). It’s all way too much.
I’m having trouble believing it’s Friday already, but I’m certainly not mad about it. This weekend we’re hosting friends from Maryland, along with their sweet kids, and I’m really looking forward to catching up and the playtime. Before I go check the apartment for random messes left behind by Jameson, here are a few things worth sharing from the week…
I recently put together a summer capsule wardrobe, which involved packing away 75% of my closet and committing to only wear the items in my capsule for 30 days. Today I’m sharing an update on what I wore during week three, so you can get a sense of how this whole thing works. You can also catch up on what I wore during week one (here) and week two (here).
Typically before we travel to a new place, I spend a good amount of time doing research and making a tentative list of places for us to visit. I ask friends from those places or others who’ve been there what I should check out. And I browse online for reviews and photos.
While I love to recap our trips here on the blog, those posts tend to go into details about people we met or conversations had along the way, and I figured there might be some of you who just want a quick guide of places to check out. So I’m putting together some travel guides that compile lists of places I’ve checked out on my travels or the spots that were recommended to me by locals/friends that I may not have had time to check out.
First up in this series, is Nashville — a city that was long on my “to-visit” list based on all of the rave reviews from others.