The new book, Project 333, The Minimalist Fashion Challenge That Proves Less Really is So Much More is here! I’m really happy to share this book with you. Keep reading to find out what’s in the book and why I think it might change your closet and your life.
I created this fashion challenge in 2010 and now, 10 years later, it’s a book!
Whether you’ve done the challenge before, are considering it or are just hearing about it for the first time, this book has the answers you’ve been looking for. From why I started the challenge to how to get started and how to break the rules plus real world examples and illustrations, the new Project 333 book is your guide to a simple closet and a full heart.
This is so much bigger than cleaning your closet or paring down to exactly 33 items. It’s about how you feel on the inside. Chaotic or calm? Distracted or focused? Fearful or curious? Healthy or exhausted? We start with the closet and then go all in so you can create the kind of life you want.
In the book, I cover:
- creating a capsule wardrobe that best fits your body and lifestyle
- considering the impact your clothing decisions have on the planet
- the emotions connected to your wardrobe
- how to break the rules
- questions to ask before and after the challenge
- how to consider Project 333 for children
- travel and packing
- and wardrobe lists and stories from four different women
More about the Project 333 book …
Wear just 33 items for 3 months and get back all the JOY you were missing while you were worrying what to wear.
In Project 333, minimalist expert and author of Soulful Simplicity Courtney Carver takes a new approach to living simply–starting with your wardrobe. Project 333 promises that not only can you survive with just 33 items in your closet for 3 months, but you’ll thrive just like the thousands of woman who have taken on the challenge and never looked back. Let the decluttering begin!
Ever ask yourself how many of the items in your closet you actually wear? In search of a way to pare down on her expensive shopping habit, consistent lack of satisfaction with her purchases, and ever-growing closet, Carver created Project 333. In this book, she guides readers through their closets item-by-item, sifting through all the emotional baggage associated with those oh-so strappy high-heel sandals that cost a fortune but destroy your feet every time you walk more than a few steps to that extensive collection of never-worn little black dresses, to locate the items that actually look and feel like you.
As Carver reveals in this book, once we finally release ourselves from the cyclical nature of consumerism and focus less on our shoes and more on our self-care, we not only look great we feel great– and we can see a clear path to make other important changes in our lives that reach far beyond our closets. With tips, solutions, and a closet-full of inspiration, this life-changing minimalist manual shows readers that we are so much more than what we wear, and that who we are and what we have is so much more than enough.