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I’m not entirely certain that current conditions in Nashville can be classified as ‘winter.’ A  few snow flurries leading to climbing temperatures in the low 70’s leaves faint hope of a winter wonderland anytime soon.  I’m not entirely sad about it.

We’ve reached midpoint of the Winter 10×10 challenge hosted by Lee Vosburgh of Style Bee and Caroline of Unfancy, two minimalist minded fashion bloggers I recently discovered and now absolutely adore.  For 10 days, I’m curating 10 different ensembles with 10 articles of clothing, (including shoes and one coat) to inspire responsible fashion consumption and reloving your current threads.



My latest recycled fashion find-a wool sweater by a sustainable clothing brand based out of San Francisco-that I HAD to include in my final 10!

I have looooved every single second of the experience, from selecting my 10 items to coordinating looks I would never have previously imaged!  The best part-80% of my items were either thrifted or purchased at recycled fashion shops around Nashville.  My 10 days exclude the weekend; naturally all of my ensembles are Monday-Friday office inspired.  My 10 include:

  1. Cognac Lucky Brand booties (recycled fashion)
  2. Leopard print/black flats (recycled fashion)
  3. Marc by Marc Jacobs trench (thrifted)
  4. Everlane oversized wool sweater (recycled fashion)
  5. Madewell silk white blouse (recycled fashion)
  6. Black/White striped sweater (recycled fashion)
  7. Camel, 100% wool Jcrew cardigan (thrifted)
  8. Black/White silk blend dress (recycled fashion)
  9. Gold textured skirt (purchased new)
  10. Black skinny trousers (purchased new)

Check out all 5 of outfits below.  (Pssst…you might recognize some of the pieces from my Boston Capsule Wardrobe)!


I’ll be back soon with the Week 2 recap and takeaways of the overall challenge!

Winter 10×10: Week 1


January 14, 2017


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  1. ennuiae

    January 19th, 2017 at 9:50 pm

    Love your shoes! I’ve been seeing a lot of your 10×10 pictures on Instagram and that’s how I found your blog! Lovely post 🙂

  2. Erin Hendrickson, The Minimalist RD

    January 20th, 2017 at 8:56 am

    Thank you so much and I’ve had an amazing time with it! I’ve been following along with yours as well! I’m so glad we were able to connect!

  3. Winter 10×10: The Final Five | Minimalist RD

    January 23rd, 2017 at 7:23 am

    […] Sustainable. Ethical. Slow. It’s fashion that isn’t harmful to the environment nor the individuals that work to produce the clothing. I’ll save the details for later, but today, I’m sharing my final thoughts on the Winter10x10 challenge I’ve been participating in.  The object is to wear 10 articles of clothing for 10 days in order to create 10 new ensembles. You can see Week 1 details here. […]

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