School is back in session (or almost back in session for some of you). Most of us will be getting back into a more regular routine. In an effort to put mornings on auto-pilot, as much as they can be, I’m trying out the Get Your Pretty On Work Wear Style Challenge, and I’d love for you to tag along.
Alison Lumbatis from Get Your Pretty On leads the challenge offering daily outfit formulas for three weeks from a work wear capsule wardrobe she creates. While I’m looking forward to seeing the outfits she puts together, I’m really pumped about the Facebook group included with the challenge. In the private group, participants (there are hundreds!) share their spin on the style to make the formula their own. It’s like one giant lesson in remixing putting hundreds of minds together to create all sorts of options with similar pieces.
Consistent with my 90/10 Socially Conscious Style Challenge, I’ll be shopping from my own closet and occasionally from socially responsible style channels. Alison also offers ideas for places to find the pieces if there’s something you love and don’t already have in your closet.
As kiddos go back to school and so many of us get back to our “regularly scheduled programming,” I look forward to having outfit ideas in my inbox from Alison. As my personal stylist for September, she’ll be making the morning routine just a little bit easier!
The early registration, which includes a $20 discount, closes on August 20. That’s approaching quickly so be sure to stop on over and sign up if you like. Final registration is open throughout the challenge, which starts on September 6.
Cross This Off Your To Do List: If you’re interested in trying it out and getting some great inspiration to remix your closet, check it out! I’ll be sharing some of my outfits along the way and would love to have you join along. Let me know if you give it a shot and be sure to share your outfits!
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