>30 for 30: Done and Done!



See that?
That’s a look of pure joy.
Joy for finishing my 30 for 30.
It may have taken me closer to 60 days than 30,
and I may have struggled a bit here and there,
but I did it!

Thanks to everyone who followed me through this challenge.
I hope you’ll stay around! 

Let’s look back at all the remix action, shall we? 

11-8-10(1)11-9-10(1) copy11-10-11(1)11-11-10(1)11-12-10(1)11-13-10(1)11-15-10(1)11-16-10(1)911-20-10(1)11-22-10(1)11-25-10(1)11-26-10(1)11-27-10(1)11-28-10(1)11-29-10(1)11-30-10(1)12-1-10(1)12-2-1012-9-10(1)12-12-1012-13-10(6)12-17-10(1)12-18-10(1)

About Keira Lennox

I'm a small town girl from the sunshine state with an affinity for bookstores, beauty counters and unfussy style. I spend my days running my flower shop, and my nights blogging about what I love and what I wear. (Or watching Netflix and drinking wine.)

24 thoughts on “>30 for 30: Done and Done!

  1. >I found you at the beginning of your 30 for 30 challenge. I just wanted to let you know that I loved watching and reading about each outfit. You came up with some pretty awesomely cute outfits. I am now sucked in and will continue to read your blog.

  2. >Congrats on finishing. It is such a relief to be done and back in normal clothes again. I think I like the effortless look of #28 and the simple femininity of #29 the most! – Katy

  3. >Woohoo! You did it! Congratulations lady. I know it was a bit more difficult for you, this time around, but you can't tell from looking at all of those fabulous outfits.

  4. >Congrats on finishing the 30 for 30! I couldn't bring myself to participate, but I enjoyed seeing everyone else's outfits for the challenge!!!

  5. >Oh, and have you added your city to Location Central yet? It's where you see who blogs by you. We're all on there!www.locationcentral.blogspot.com

  6. >Girl, you are gorgeous!! I can't believe how good you look in each of these looks!Happy Wednesday Darling! xoI'm doing a perfume giveaway right now if you're interested!

  7. >Awesome! Congrats on finishing! This project kind of reminds me of The Uniform Project. A woman decided to wear one dress (she had multiples of dress of course!) for an entire year, and remix the dress with different accessories. Her project was about sustainable fashion and was to benefit sending girls in India to school! It's amazing how we can get really creative with our attire when we limit our spending! Kudos!

  8. >WOOHOO!!!!!! Congratulations on finishing this challenge. I found you during your style boot camp and I stuck around than. You can count on me to be around for a while. I adore your blog, and think it is great that you are pursuing a great occupation as a flower shop owner.No Guilt Fashion

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