In no particular order, here are some of my main take-aways from this experience:
1) While it's fun to "style" something, it's just not something I'm good at, and I typically over-do it when I try. It's better to just go with my gut, and I'll end up more comfortable and with a look I'm happy with.
2) Taking number 1 a step further, I'm feeling sleek and simple these days, particularly when it comes to jewelry and accessories. I planned on using scarves quite a bit, but not a single one made an appearance.
3) When it comes to sewing, I should focus on wearable items, rather than just the fancy fabrics that make me smile, but then I never wear. Despite having more me-made items in my closet now than I ever have in the past, they just aren't very mix-and-match. I have been working on being more intentional in planning, now I just need to follow through.
4) I was able to wear every item at least twice, in different ways, which I wasn't sure would happen. I would like to focus more on making sure items are more versatile in my wardrobe, and plan out different ways to wear things.
5) It might just be a factor of only having skinny pants in my 10 items, but I was definitely tired of skinnies by the end of the two weeks! While I love the idea of uniform dressing, and I do slightly do so currently (it's turtleneck season), I do like some variety in silhouettes.
That's about it for this girl in terms of the 10x10 challenge! It was fun, but tough at times - I don't think I could do it much longer than that!