As I looked back through some old pictures from last year I realized that my fashion sense is well…a little “safe”. I was a bit disappointed because I am such a creative person and I love fashion! I have always admired those who could think outside the box and were bold enough to experiment with fashion. As you guys may have read in my goals for 2013 post, my ultimate goal for this year is to live my life with no regrets. So I figured why not try out some bold outfits for myself? I rushed to my closet excitedly but to my dismay there were no items that screamed “bold fashionista” in there. So I just stood there trying to figure out how I could pull off a bolder look with the pieces I currently own. I have decided that I am not shopping for a while.  I have another goal to limit my shopping to 2x a month max and save more money. That means no shopping spree for me…so I had to come up with a solution.  I have some great pieces in my closet, I just have to figure out how to wear them. Then it hit me. The biggest problem with my fashion sense is that I don’t really have a clue about what colors complement each other. I wear the same colors together over and over again. That just makes things a little dull and boring. So I did a little research about color theory. I discovered that I could wear bolder outfits by just incorporating more color. Don’t worry I don’t plan to look like a bag or skittles or a box of Crayola crayons. I want to be a little more stylish not make people think I have gone mad. So I am challenging myself to use the color wheel to create outfits of the day for the next 30 days.

30 day color wheel fashion challenge

Since I wear uniform to work 2-3 days a week, I will only have a few days a week to play dress up in my closet.

So here is the challenge:

1.  Use the color wheel to construct and outfit from clothes already in your wardrobe. This will be an incentive for all of us trying to save a little cash.

2. Photograph and share your outfit each day by sending a picture via Instagram or Twitter to @creativityarise using #CAColorWheel or post it on your personal blog let me know so I can check it out.   Simple enough right? Well join in on the challenge!

Here is a link to an interactive color wheel that I will be using to help me figure out color complements. Some awesome bloggers have also written posts about color theory and color complements. You can find those posts herehere, and here. I am hoping by the end of this challenge that I will fall in love with my wardrobe all over again. Are you up for the challenge?

Stay inspired,

Brittany


Carolyn Hughes · 01/12/2013 at 11:42 am

What a great idea to try to reinvent our wardrobes. Have to admit mine is lacking colour, so thanks for your colour charts for inspiration 🙂

    brittany · 01/12/2013 at 2:52 pm

    No problem! Have a blast. I can’t wait to see what you come up with 🙂

glitzyspritzer · 10/07/2013 at 10:09 am

Found you from google! I’m doing this on my blog as well! Haha same points exactly!

http://middayspritzer.com/

    brittany · 10/07/2013 at 4:42 pm

    Awesome! Can’t wait to see what you come up with 🙂

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