my 30x30 capsule challenge planner worksheet
I'm sharing my 30x30 capsule planner worksheet — all the questions I ask myself when I'm planning a capsule. Download it now to make your 30x30 fun and easy!
tl;dr? download it right here! 😉
It's a pretty straightforward concept: pick 30 items from your wardrobe to wear for 30 days. I've done quite a few 10x10s, and seasonal capsules, and I am so excited for 30 straight days of outfits. I haven't been feeling the urge to shop, even though I've struggled with stress-shopping before, so I'm ready to dig into some of my favorite closet picks and get creative.
To make planning—and sticking to it—even easier, I'm sharing my 30x30 capsule planner worksheet.
I have four years of capsule wardrobe planning and outfit logging practice, so I've compiled all the questions I ask myself when I'm planning a capsule into a handy worksheet for you. Download it today—you've still got a couple days to get your 30x30 planned, and this will make it super easy!
If you join the challenge, share a photo of your capsule planner and tag it with #elysestyledcapsuleplanner — I'd love to see it!
Shameless self-promotion time! 😉 Stuck trying to plan your capsule? Come have a strategy call with me — they're super fun, pay-what-you-can, and we can put together a 30x30 capsule for you in no time!
I have two main #may30x30 goals.
First, I want to post an outfit every single day on Instagram. Gotta stay honest—and I know that getting dressed improves my mood and helps me stay productive and active.
A client and I were discussing how getting dressed affects our mood this past weekend, and determined that (at least for us), it's really about function. We might choose comfy, slouchy, or oversized clothes, but it matters if those clothes have a mental designation of "lazy do-nothing lounge clothes" or "everyday doing things outfit clothes." My favorite pajama jumpsuit is really cute—but in my mind, it's my pajama jumpsuit. If I'm wearing it at 3pm, there's a good chance I'm not having a very productive or focused day. (That's okay, too—just not every day.)
Second, I want to move my body every day, too. That may not seem outfit-challenge related, but hear me out. I know I'm more likely to stretch and do yoga, go for a walk, or do a workout in the morning, not the afternoon. If I get up, have my morning coffee and journal, and get straight into some movement, then I usually get straight into a shower and an outfit, and my day is all set up. If I try to work first, eat lunch, and maaaybe work out in the afternoon? Those are the days I end up in my pajama jumpsuit at 3pm. (James Clear calls this habit stacking — and it works.)
Are you joining the #may30x30?
If you are, don't forget to share your photos with #may30x30 for conversation and community!
See you there!