One thing I've learned so far from this round of the 30 for 30: I should have included one more pair of jeans. After looking at the recap of my first fifteen looks, I see clearly that my two pairs of jeans are my most-repeated items. Simple math could have helped me figure that out. Typically, I wear jeans on Fridays and Saturdays, and at least one other day of the week. So three out of seven days for thirty days means that I'm wearing jeans for at least twelve days total. So jeans should have made up about a third of my choices for bottoms, but they make up less than one fourth. So if you're tired of seeing the same two pairs of jeans over and over again, just blame my mathematical oversight.
If all of those fractions made your head spin, I apologize. But I'm married to a math teacher, so sometimes it rubs off on me a little. I just wish it would have rubbed off before I chose my clothes for the 30.
Purple ruffle cardigan: Ann Taylor, thrifted; black and white print tank: Target; dark wash flare-leg jeans: Gap; necklace: Banana Republic Factory Store, gift; black belt: Gap; gray slingback pumps: Naturalizer
Song: Sixteen Candles by Roy Orbison (or the Crests... I'm not really sure.)