Dressing with 33 items or less for 3 months might sound …
but in my experience, and from what I hear from people who’ve tried minimalist fashion challenge Project 333, it’s none of those things.
The only way to know for sure is to try it and I think this new challenge will help you realize the benefits even faster. There is so much to learn about yourself and your relationship with stuff over the 3 month challenge, but those lessons reveal themselves everyday especially if you are paying attention.
Sharing your capsule wardrobe looks publicly might sound a little crazy and scary too, but it really helps you to see your progress and demonstrates the benefits. If nothing else, it’s fun to connect with other people who are taking the challenge.
The new season of Project 333 starts on October 1st and that will be day one of the new challenge in the challenge.
- Create your capsule wardrobe of 33 items for 3 months.
- Share 33 different looks in the first 33 days.
Do it on your own, or for more connection and accountability:
- Blog about your experience.
- Share on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, or Twitter with hashtags #project333 & #33in33.
Curiosity will conquer fear even more than bravery will.
– James Stephens
I’ve never shared 33 different looks or even 33 consecutive daily looks, and haven’t even completed my capsule wardrobe list for the next 3 months, so I’m starting at the beginning. I’m a little nervous, but more curious and excited to give it a try. I’ll be sharing my #33in33 on Instagram and will be looking for your #33in33.
This may be a minimalist fashion challenge, but Project 333 is about so much more than clothes. Once you begin to experience the benefits of taking on a challenge that scares you and making something work that sounded impossible, you can apply that to other areas of your life.
In 33 days, crazy, scary, impossible, boring will feel confident, connected, better dressed with less, and oh so possible.
If you need extra motivation to jump in:
- Dare your friends or co-workers to jump with you
- Take the course
I hope you will join me and let #33in33 make #Project333 more playful, approachable and possible for you.