The first phase of Project 333 is about to come to an end in eight short days. It's been easier to accomplish than I originally thought. Have I missed the clothing in the big bins upstairs? Not really. Do I plan on donating most of them. Absolutely. Does the next phase terrify me? Oh, god, yes! The problem with phase two is the months that it will encapsulate. Considering it is snowing right now, I'm concerned that I won't have a mix of warm and cold clothes. Plus school will end some time in June (fingers crossed), so I will need a mix of professional and non-professional clothing. But I'm pretty sure that I can make it work without too many issues. Here's the plan:
- Keep four pair of capris on the top shelf and trade them in for the pants when the weather gets too warm.
- Buy some tops from L. L. Bean that will work for both work and non-work days.
- Get rid of anything that doesn't seem like it will work for the next six months.
- Stop buying shirts from Old Navy since they aren't very thick and they wear out pretty quickly.