Saturday, June 2, 2012
My Version Of Sewing Plum's Personal Wardrobe Plan
Vildy's comments on my last post inspired me to post my versions of Sewing Plums' Personal Minimum Wardrobe Plan - i planned to 'get to it' anyhow, plus it seemed the easiest way to get the point across. The first picture is her original .pdf file printed out with no edits.
This last one looks pretty useful (i have only filled in a few items to give you a feel for where i'm going). As you can see it is heavily based on Sewing Plum's original idea, but tailored to meet my own specific lifestyle, sartorial style and climate. What i appreciate most about this draft is that it accommodates season-specific clothing categories (like my cami-tops which i only wear in spring and summer) as well as pieces and categories that float between the seasons such as hoodies and lighter colored jeans.
I was also inspired by a blogger who i haven't bookmarked (@#&*!#$&#%$!). She had a piece of paper with all her clothing pieces written across the four edges and arrows going between the ones which worked together. It was kind of like a flow chart, but not? I loved it and will research to do my best to find her, credit her here and let you all know about her (please please comment if you have an idea of who it is!).
I hope you find this interesting and/or helpful. I'm always curious to see other people's wardrobe plans and lists, and surprisingly (considering all the style bloggers out there) you don't run across a lot. I'll post the list again one i've filled in the various clothing items.
Let us know in the comments if you do these kind of lists, if you have them posted somewhere link away! Or send me a picture pygmyowl at sbcglobal dot com and i'll post them here.
We're off to soak in the glory that is the Walnut Creek Art & Wine Festival. Have a wonderful day!