Spring seems a little overdue in Salt Lake City as you can tell from my last week of looks. Photographing myself (almost) daily has been an interesting experiment. After practicing Project 333 for years, I don’t think much about what I wear, but now that I documenting the journey through pictures, my wardrobe is getting more of my attention. That would be the downside. The upside is that I am having fun connecting with you as we share our looks together!
Men & Project 333
I often get asked if men can benefit from Project 333, and my response is always, “It depends on the man.” You might think this project is easier for men, but that is not always the case. Here are a few stories of men trying Project 333.
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Men … if you think Project 333 isn’t a challenge because there aren’t a lot of hangers in your closet, remember to include your wallet, belts, shoes, jewelry, sunglasses and any other accessories.
I’m always interested in hearing about your Project 333 experience! (men and women) Email me anytime or link back to this site if you blog about it, and I will be sure to read your post and possibly feature it on The Project 333. If you’d like to write a guest post about your P333 journey, read more here.