Well, on the evidence of her favourite outfits, I'd say Angie fulfilled all her 2014 style goals—and then some! :)
I have to confess that I jumped ahead of myself with mine. I thought I was ready to refine or distill my style. But I think I really needed to continue building my wardrobe. Luckily, I did just that.
Here's what I said, and how it worked (or didn't):
1. Examine what my top happiness quotient outfits have in common.
Did this, although I have yet to distill the meaning from this.
2. Continue to purchase more streamlined high quality items where cut or or very simple built in details (e.g. colour blocking or leather trim) do the work that accessories might do for someone else. I think of these as essentials that also make a quiet statement.
Check. My purchases mostly reflect this goal.
3. Consider simplifying my colour palette a bit more — although I’m not fixated on that, because colour does give me a psychological lift.
Am still in the consideration phase...my palette is already pretty simple.
4. Aim for more of a “uniform” for my at-home wear. Simplify — perhaps even duplicate — rather than multiply.
Did something like the opposite!
5. Upgrade knitwear, workout gear capsule, PJs.
6. Inject an avant garde element into my mostly modern classic style.
So far, a bit of a fail. I am not sure avant garde is what I really mean anyway. I think I just like asymmetry, LOL!
So. Over to you. Did you reach your 2014 goals? Or did you change them? What did you learn?