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Episode 35

How to Use the Rule of Three Outfits

In last week's episode, we talked about prioritizing your projects. This week, we're quickly digging into one specific technique that will help you to plan and develop an idea, and make sure it fits your wardrobe.

In last week’s episode, we talked about prioritizing your projects. This week, we’re quickly digging into one specific technique that will help you to plan and develop an idea, and make sure it fits your wardrobe.

Haley will share her take on “The Rule of Three Outfits”, a technique inspired by an article in Seamwork Magazine called Pinpoint Your Style (While Minimizing Your Stash) by Michelle Colistro Brown. Haley will talk through the steps to implementing this rule to create a very quick and easy design process.

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