It was interesting to note that at the end of Step 7 where I left you last that if all the garments were made I could have at least 2 weeks of outfits without repeating a combination!
Step 8 is adding 2 tops and a necklace and this is where we can bring in a patterned fabric. Again these items are already in my wardrobe, my yellow peplum top, the Blue and Gold swirls t-shirt and the navy necklace
Step 9 adds three pieces, a skirt, top and shoes, and these three pieces already live in my wardrobe. My suede skirt, the navy/gold/brown silk blouse and another pair of Circa Joan & David sling-backs in brown.
Step 10 is the addition of a casual jacket, t-shirt or blouse and casual shoes. This time I have added my Minoru jacket, blue/brown/green boatneck top and I will have to go shopping for some casual brown shoes.
Step 11 is where we add a complete outfit for balance and accent, so I have chosen to add my Brown denim skirt and brown waterfall cardigan that are already in my wardrobe. The coral blouse is one to make and I have just ordered the perfect fabric.
There are a lot of garments and accessories in the group above and there are still a few steps left to add. I have been surprised at how much of this is in my wardrobe already.
Following Alexandra‘s idea I have also decided to keep a separate list of garments that I need to sew, knit or purchase and this is what it looks like so far.
Has anyone else got this far along with their planning, please share in the comments.